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## News and articles from around the web
ClangJIT: Enhancing C++ with Just-in-Time Compilation has been [published on
arXiV](https://arxiv.org/pdf/1904.08555.pdf). "ClangJIT provides a
well-integrated C++ language extension allowing template-based specialization
to occur during program execution."
* clang-tidy was extended to support human-readable fix descriptions, allowing
users to know what a fix does without previewing the diff.
## Other project commits
* A simple plugin architecture was added to `asan_symbolize.py`, allowing
arbitrarily complex and deployment-specific code to be used to find binaries
with debug symbols. [r358657](https://reviews.llvm.org/rL358657).