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GNU is Not Unix Open Source Software

LLVM & GCC Compiler Developers To Begin Collaborating 279

An anonymous reader writes "While RMS is opposed to LLVM over its BSD-like license rather than the GPL, LLVM/Clang and GCC developers have agreed to try to start cooperating in an "open compiler initiative" to jointly tackle common issues that plague both compilers and issues that can be better served by working together rather than creating fragmentation between the two popular open-source compilers."
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LLVM & GCC Compiler Developers To Begin Collaborating

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