HPX 1.4.1 Released!

The STE||AR Group is proud to announce the release of HPX 1.4.1. This is mostly a bug-fix release! This release fixes problems found in the previous HPX V1.4.0. Among other things it fixes:

  • Compilation issues on various platforms and compilers
  • MPI finalization if HPX has not initialized MPI
  • A few CMake configuration problems
  • Installation of pdb files on Windows

Please see here for a full list of resolved issues. Download the release from our release page.

Thank you once again to everyone in the STE||AR Group and all the volunteers who have provided fixes, opened issues, and improved documentation. If you have any questions, comments, or exploits to report you can reach us on IRC (#stellar on Freenode), or email us at hpx-users@stellar.cct.lsu.edu. We depend on your input!

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HPX 1.4.0 Released!

The STE||AR Group is proud to announce the release of HPX 1.4.0. This is a big release! We’ve added numerous new features, continued work on modularizing and making HPX lighter, and all-round improved usability, stability, and performance. Thank you once again to everyone in the STE||AR Group and all the volunteers who have provided fixes, opened issues, and improved documentation.

Download the release from our release page. Please note that we will not be providing downloads from stellar-group.org or stellar.cct.lsu.edu anymore.

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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.

Download the release from our download page, or GitHub page.

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Joining the Team: Searching for Postdocs!

The STE||AR Group at LSU is excited to announce a search for a postdoctoral researcher. We are looking for a team member with strong C++ skills and experience and an interest in high performance computing, runtime systems, or machine learning. Familiarity with the paradigms and constructs of Continue reading

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CppChat: On Air with HPX

This past week members of the HPX team were invited to give a talk on Jon Kalb’s weekly CppChat. Bryce Adelstein-Lelbach, Hartmut Kaiser, Thomas Heller, and John Biddiscombe were invited onto the show to talk about HPX, our programming model, Continue reading

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Spreading the Word

A core belief of the STE||AR Group is that, in order to be successful in our efforts to revolutionize computing, we must garner the support and enthusiasm of the broader community. We were pleased to learn that a software engineer in Germany, Harris Brakmic,  wrote a great blog post about witting applications in HPX. One section of his post that we were very excited about was his conclusion: Continue reading

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