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Microsoft’s LLVM-Based Compiler for .NET

Russell Hadley (via Slashdot):

The LLILC project (we pronounce it “lilac”) is a new effort started at Microsoft to produce MSIL code generators based on LLVM and targeting the open source dotnet CoreCLR. We are envisioning using the LLVM infrastructure for a number of scenarios, but our first tool is a Just in Time(JIT) compiler for CoreCLR. This new project is being developed on GitHub and you can check it out at https://github.com/dotnet/llilc.

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This new JIT will allow any C# program written for the .NET Core class libraries to run on any platform that CoreCLR can be ported to and that LLVM will target.

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