HPX Tutorial Promo Video

As a build up for our Supercomputing tutorial, the STE||AR Group has put together a promotional video to generate interest in HPX. The video gives viewer a high level overview of what HPX is and what will be discussed at the tutorial. The SC15 Tutorials Committee will circulate this and other tutorial videos on its YouTube playlist. We would like to thank our colleague Randy Dannenberg and his students for helping us put this together!

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On Tour: HPX Tutorial at SC15!

Howdy! The STE||AR Group welcomes you to participate in a hands on HPX tutorial which will be given this year in Austin, Texas as part of the SC Tutorials program. STE||AR Fellows from Louisiana State University, Friedrich-Alexander Universitat, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and University of Oregon will present “Massively Parallel Task-Based Programming wih HPX” which will consist of five parts: Continue reading

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HPX Mailing List Archives Now on Gmane

In order to make searching and accessing the HPX mailing lists easier, we have made the hpx-users and hpx-devel archives available via Gmane.  This service allows users to browse posts through the use of several formats including two web interfaces, an NNTP newsreader, and a RSS feed. These interfaces will help get questions, answers, and other detailed information about HPX out to the public in an easily consumable format. Try it out!

Mailing Lists:

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HPX V0.9.9 Release Candidate 1 Available!

The STE||AR Group is proud to announce the availability of the first HPX V0.9.9 release candidate! Please checkout and test the new version by pulling from the release branch here on GitHub.  If you run into any issues, please let us know by submitting a bug report.  We want this release of HPX to be our most stable release yet!

In this release we have introduced several improvements including:

  • Completing the refactoring of hpx::future to be properly C++11 conforming
  • Overhauled our build system to support newer CMake features
  • Implemented half of the parallel algorithms proposed by C++ Technical Specifications N4104, N4088, and N4107
  • Remodeled our testing infrastructure which will allow us to quickly discover, diagnose, and fix bugs that arise during development

We would like to thank everyone involved with this release especially those who spent countless hours developing, bug fixing, testing, documenting, and listening to the occasional IRC rant.  We couldn’t have done it without you!

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