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  • IBM ® XL C/C++ and Fortran compilers completed LLVM adoption and were rebranded to IBM Open XL C/C++ and Fortran compilers in Sep 2021 . As committed to our enterprise clients, we are now continuously refreshing Open XL compilers to bring the ...

  • In February of 2020, IBM announced the intention to adopt open source LLVM infrastructure for the next generation of IBM XL C/C++ and Fortran compilers. As an active sponsor and strong supporter of LLVM, IBM is committed to bringing the benefits and innovations ...

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  • Hi All, The following PTFs have been published on FixCentral. The PTF links can be accessed via the corresponding fixlists: XL C/C++ for AIX, V16.1.0 Fix Pack 12 (May 2022) XL C/C++ Runtime for AIX, V16.1.0 Fix Pack 9 (May 2022) Note: ...

  • GNU Libtool is a tool that allows package developers to provide generic shared library support. It was created to address the software portability problem when compiling shared libraries from source code. This blog demonstrates how to invoke Open XL C/C++ ...

  • In past years we have received quite a few questions regarding the licensing model used by IBM Compilers on AIX and Linux on Power, such as: 1. I have a valid compiler license and use the compiler on Server A. My colleague also works on Server A. ...

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