ConceptClang is an implementation of C++ concepts, developed as an extension of the Clang compiler -- an LLVM frontend for the C family of programing languages. It presents an infrastucture for implementing concepts, in a manner independent of and extensible to alternative design-specific details. Thus, it aims at providing a modular and generic interface for implementing various designs for concepts. -ConceptClang

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