GSoC 17: Final Documentation for hpx::util::unwrapped and Unified hpx::wait and hpx::when

Our GSoC student, Denis Blank, has done a very nice write up of his work over the summer here. In the blog, he outlines his work re-implementing hpx::util::unwrapped as well as his contributions to unify the hpx::wait and hpx::when API. He illustrates the Continue reading

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GSoC 17: Final documentation for Parallel algorithms 2

By taeguk (http://taeguk.me)

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HPX is “The C++ Standards Library for Concurrency and Parallelism”. So, implementing C++17 parallelism like N4409 is very important. Most of parallel algorithms are already implemented. But, still some algorithms are remained to be not implemented. My main Continue reading

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GSoC 17: Final documentation for Parallel algorithms 1

By Ajai V George under the supervision of Marcin Copik

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My proposal was to implement distributed versions of STL parallel algorithms. The main focus has been on resolving as much of the pending work in  #1338 , which is about ensuring that these algorithms work seamlessly with distributed data structures like Continue reading

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Using HPX on Windows

HPX is a C++ Standard Library for Parallelism and Concurrency. Building and using it on Windows just got much less involved. We have now integrated HPX into the VcPkg VC++ Packaging Tool. This tool is design to help you getting C and C++ libraries built and installed on Windows without hassle. It manages all package dependencies for you, such that — once HPX has been built — no additional settings have to be supplied to your build environment. 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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