Compilers Mature For Intel Sandy/Ivy Bridge, Prep For Haswell
Phoronix: Compilers Mature For Intel Sandy/Ivy Bridge, Prep For Haswell
The leading open-source code compilers -- namely the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) and LLVM/Clang -- now have maturing support for Intel's Sandy Bridge microarchitecture with further optimizations for the forthcoming Ivy Bridge successor. With the current and next-generation Intel support covered, open-source compiler developers have already moved onto beginning work for supporting Intel's Haswell microarchitecture that will not be launched until 2013.
The more of this article I read, the more I cringe. Did you even proof read it?
What is the point of telling us random register names, that are going to be supported, if you don't explain what they do or how they will benefit us?
Stop putting a comma before the word "and"
Stop using the word etcetera like it's going out of fashion
Use a thesaurus to come up with better words than "atop" and "leverage" which are used far too much throughout all your articles