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GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) 2018 Projects

    Textual Representation of LTO Object Files (Textual LTO dump tool project)
    As far as I understand, the motivation for LTO framework was to enable cross-file interprocedural optimizations, and for this purpose an ipa pass is...