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  • New GCC 8.1 Supports Several Features of C++2a

    GCC 8.1 is the latest major release of the GNU Compiler Collection, bringing experimental support for some parts of the upcoming C++2a standard. Additionally, GCC 8.1 improves profile driven optimizations and brings Go support up to version 1.10.1.

  • GCC 7.1 Released with Full C++17 Support

    The latest GNU Compiler Collection major release, GCC 7.1, brings substantial new functionality, writes GCC maintainer Jakub Jelinek, including experimental support for the current C++17 draft, better diagnostics, and new optimizations.

  • GCC 5.1 is Out

    The GNU Project has announced the release of GCC 5.1. The first major release of GCC 5 comes with many new features and improvements, including improved support for C++11/14, a new libstdc++ ABI, and a machine-code JIT embeddable library.

  • Azavea Announces Release of GeoTrellis under GPLv3 License

    Azavea a company based in Philadelphia that provides products for geographical data, has published an open source product called GeoTrellis under GNU GPL v3 license which is a geographic data processing engine for high performance applications.

  • Pizzigati Prize For Software in the Public Interest Open for Nominations

    InfoQ doesn't normally report on contests and calls for registration . But for the Antonio Pizzigati Prize for Software in the Public Interest, this time we decided to make an exception. The Pizzigati Prize is a $10,000 prize awarded to "a software developer who adds significant value to the nonprofit sector and movements for social change". Nominations are open until December 15.

  • Comparing Virtual Machine Interfaces

    Andrew John Hughes, one of the OpenJDK Innovators' Challenge finalists, has posted a multi-part comparison of the interface between OpenJDK, GNU Classpath, and their respective virtual machine implementations.

  • IcedTea: The First 100% Compliant Open-Source Java

    The IcedTea project has passed the Java Test Compatibility Kit, becoming the first 100% open-source licensed Java implementation to be completely verified as Java-compliant.

  • IcedTea Bridges Open-Source Gap with OpenJDK

    It has been over a year since OpenJDK was officially released by Sun. The IcedTea project has been created to help remove encumbrances in its adoption by the open-source community.

  • Sun purchases MySQL: Perspectives and Analysis on the Impact

    In a move which caught many off guard, Sun Microsystems announced that it would be acquiring MySQL AB, the company which owns and develops the MySQL database, for $1 Billion USD. InfoQ analyzed the announcement and reactions and spoke with Kevin Harvey, Chairman of the MySQL board of directors, to learn more about this deal and what it may mean for the future.

  • InfoQ Article: Deploying Java Apps on Fedora Core

    GCJ is a portable, optimizing, ahead-of-time Java compiler. Fedora Core 4 was the first release to include a lot of Java code compiled with GCJ. This article by GCJ lead Tom Tromey explains the status of the GCJ project and how to use gcj to compile native RPMs on RedHat Fedora Core.

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