HPX 1.3.0 Released!

The STE||AR Group is proud to announce the release of HPX 1.3.0! This release focuses on performance and stability improvements. Make sure to read the full release notes to see all new and breaking changes. Thank you once again to everyone in the STE||AR Group and all the volunteers who have provided fixes, opened issues, and improved documentation.

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HPX meets Fedora

With the release of HPX 1.2.0, we added support of HPX to the offical Fedora updates-testing repository. Following packages are available on Fedora 28/29

We provide HPX compiled with the GNU compiler collection, with the OpenMPI compiler, and the MPICH compiler. The hpx-devel packages contains the header files and he hpx-*-examples package contains all the examples compiled with the respective compiler. The purpose of these packages is educational and we hope to lower the entrance point to experiment with HPX. For performance measurements we recommend to compile HPX on the used hardware.

HPX 1.2.0 Released!

The STE||AR Group is proud to announce the release of HPX 1.2.0. This release is the first in our more frequent release schedule. We are aiming to produce one release every six months in an effort to get new features and stable releases out to users more quickly. As a result this release is smaller than many previous releases, but nevertheless contains many important improvements. This release includes among others performance improvements, a new implementation of hpx_main.hpp, scheduler hints, and many stability improvements. This release also removes many previously deprecated features. Make sure you read the full release notes to see which deprecated features were removed.

Thank you to everyone who has contributed from all over the world!

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GSoC 2018 Participants Announced!

We can now announce the participants in the STE||AR Group’s 2018 Google Summer of Code! We are very proud to announce the names of those 7 students who this year will be funded by Google to work on projects for our group.

These recipients represent only a handful of the many excellent proposals that we had to choose from. For those unfamiliar with the program, the Google Summer of Code Continue reading