GCC 7.2 Released

GCC 7.2 Released

GCC 7.2 is a bug-fix release from the GCC 7 branch containing important fixes for regressions and serious bugs in GCC 6.1 with more than 95 bugs fixed since the previous release.

—  From a GCC Announce Newsletter

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GCC 7.1 Released

GCC 7.1 Released

GCC 7.1 is a major release containing substantial new functionality not available in GCC 6.x or previous GCC releases.

The C++ frontend now has experimental support for all of the current C++17 draft, with the -std=c++1z and -std=gnu++1z options, and the libstdc++ library has most of the C++17 draft library features implemented too.

This release features various improvements in the emitted diagnostics, including improved locations, location ranges, suggestions for misspelled identifiers, option names, fix-it hints and various new warnings have been added.

The optimizers have been improved, with improvements appearing in all of intra- and inter-procedural optimizations, link time optimizations and various target backends, including, but not limited to, additions of store merging pass, code hoisting optimization, loop splitting, and shrink wrapping improvements.

—  From a GCC Announce Newsletter

Москва — Казань — Иннополис

С легкой руки одного из ведущих преподавателей Центра специализированной ИТ-подготовки Университета «Иннополис» нам посчастливилось не только побывать в самом вузе и осмотреть его гостеприимный кампус, но и впервые посетить одноименный город, а также — после многолетнего перерыва — «третью столицу» России, город Казань. Впрочем, от урбанистики и архитектуры зданий двух городов наш интерес ненадолго переключился на архитектуру программную…

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CISQ: Mission Complete

This Tuesday, we have completed the Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) technical debt remediation survey, and thus contributed to the CISQ Technical Debt specification. The survey is designed to collect estimates of the time required to fix each of the weaknesses in the four CISQ Quality Characteristic measures. These estimates are needed to develop a measure of the technical debt in an application.

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CISQ on Technical Debt Remediation

At the time of this writing, the Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ), a Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Object Management Group (OMG), is conducting a survey of effort to fix violations of good architectural and coding practices.
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BREAKING: OMG Invites to Collaborate

The year of 2017 is just started, but some good news is already at the door! The Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) founded by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) (operated by Carnegie Mellon University) and the Object Management Group (OMG) has kindly invited us to contribute to the CISQ Technical Debt specification under development.

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