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  Re: Default compiler switched to clang on amd64 and i386 (mod -1/3)
by Christopher (2600:8803:be00:719:ccb2:626b:3c4b:c7f5) on Mon Jul 31 22:25:22 2017 (GMT)
  I've been waiting on this move for years. I'm very, very glad! Does that mean CLANG supports the security features that OpenBSD requires? I imagine the binaries will be much faster now. Next, fine grained SMP support and TRIM for SSDs and I'll be satisfied.
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