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Statement of intent to split HPX into multiple independently developed libraries

In July the HPX project management committee (PMC) proposed to split HPX into two or more separate libraries, with separate repositories. There was a vote on the topic on the hpx-users mailing list. Four out of five PMC members voted +1 (agree with the proposal and willing to help to realize it), and one voted […]

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 […]

HPX’s Season of Docs 2021

By Rachitt Shah HPX was recently selected to be part of Google’s Season of Docs (GSoD), a program designed to improve the documentation of open source software, as well as being a Google Summer of Code organization. GSoD aims to cover and create the documentation gaps faced by organizations due to various reasons, alongside giving technical writers […]

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