What’s the minimal HPX Program

Writing applications with HPX is not difficult. We tried to develop an API which conforms to the usual semantics of with the host language C++. This post is a first in a planned series of articles meant to introduce the concepts of writing HPX applications. As any introduction to a new programming language or programming paradigm, we will start with writing the smallest possible program (historically, this is a program which prints “Hello World!” only). Even if it’s very small it will give sufficient material to explain basic concepts.

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HPX V0.8.1 Released

I’m happy to announce the V0.8.1 point release. This is HPX’s first point release, and the second release in the V0.8 line. We made the decision to put out a point release earlier this week to address bugs in the V0.8.0 release which have since been fixed.

You can download the release files from the downloads page. The release note are available from here. Please feel free to try the examples and let us know what you think. The best way to get in contact with us is to leave a comment on this page or to send a mail to gopx@cct.lsu.edu.

No further release in the V0.8 line are scheduled, but more point releases will be made if needed. The next scheduled release is the V1.0 in June.

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