We have released HPX 1.8.1 that adds a number of small new features and fixes a handful of problems discovered since the last 1.8.0 release, in particular: a lot of work has been done to improve vectorization support for our parallel algorithms. HPX now supports using EVE – the Expressive Vector Engine as a vectorization […]
GSoC 2022 Participants Announced!
It is time to announce the participants for in the STE||AR Group’s 2022 Google Summer of Code! We are very proud to announce the names of the 5 contributors this year who will be funded by Google to work on projects for our group. These recipients represent the very best of the many excellent proposals […]
HPX 1.8.0 released
We have released HPX 1.8.0 — a major update to our C++ Standard Library for Concurrency and Parallelism. The HPX parallel algorithms now have been fully adapted to C++20, all existing facilities have been adjusted to conform to this version of the Standard as well. We now can proudly announce full conformance to the C++20 […]
GSoD 2022 – STE||AR Group announces technical writer hire!
Documentation is a love letter that your write to your future self. Damian Conway We are proud to welcome Bhumit Attarde to STE||AR Group as the new technical writer that will work with us during this year’s Google Season of Docs period. Bhumit will focus on developing additional content for our HPX documentation in order […]
STE||AR Group was accepted for Google Season of Docs 2022! We look forward to developing our HPX documentation even more and expanding our group this summer. https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs/docs/participants Like Google Summer of Code (GSoC) the program aims to match motivated people with interesting open source projects that are looking for volunteer contributions. GSoD, however, aims to improve […]
GSoC 22: Come and code a STE||AR Summer with us!
The STE||AR Group is honored to be selected as one of the 2022 Google Summer of Code (GSoC) mentor organizations! This program, which pays students over the summer to work on open source projects, has been a wonderful experience for students and mentors alike. This is our 8th summer being accepted by the program! Interested […]
HPX 1.8.0 Release Candidate
The first release candidate of HPX 1.8.0 is now available from our release page (https://github.com/STEllAR-GROUP/hpx/releases/tag/1.8.0-rc1) or by checking out the 1.8.0-rc1 tag. Preliminary and incomplete release notes are available here: https://hpx-docs.stellar-group.org/tags/1.8.0-rc1/html/releases/whats_new_1_8_0.html. As usual, please give it a try in your applications and let us know if you find any problems either on https://github.com/STEllAR-GROUP/hpx/issues or by […]
HPX 1.7.1 released
We have released HPX 1.7.1 to fix minor problems found after the 1.7.0. This patch release fixes a bug in the internals of actions, adds a version check to the new Asio dependency, and slightly improves the performance of spinlocks among other minor changes. Importantly, the experimental hpx::execution::simdpar execution policy introduced in 1.7.0 was renamed […]
CPPCast Episode: HPX and DLA Future
CppCast, hosted by Jason Turner and JeanHeyd Meneide, is the first podcast for C++ developers by C++ developers. Since 2015 CppCast has been having conversations with C++ conference speakers, library authors, writers, ISO committee members and more. Hartmut Kaiser and Mikael Simberg of the STE||AR Group joined Jason and JeanHeyd for a podcast episode recently. […]
HPX 1.7.0 released
The STE||AR Group is proud to announce the release of HPX 1.7.0! This release continues the focus on C++20 conformance in our parallel algorithms, with many new algorithms becoming customization points and others receiving ranges versions. We’ve also added experimental support for using the new GCC’s SIMD data types with our parallel algorithms to go […]