Intell Threading Building Blocks
Intel(r) Threading Building Blocks (TBB) offers a rich and complete approach to expressing parallelism in a C++ program. It is a library that helps you take advantage of multi-core processor performance without having to be a threading expert. Threading Building Blocks is not just a threads-replacement library. It represents a higher-level, task-based parallelism that abstracts platform details and threading mechanism for performance and scalability.
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Ismail Donmez (namtrac) committed about 1 month ago (revision 19)
- Updated to version 2017_20160722 * static_partitioner class is now a fully supported feature. * async_node class is now a fully supported feature. * For 64-bit platforms, quadrupled the worst-case limit on the amount of memory the Intel TBB allocator can handle. * Added TBB_USE_GLIBCXX_VERSION macro to specify the version of GNU libstdc++ when it cannot be properly recognized, e.g. when used with Clang on Linux* OS. Inspired by a contribution from David A. * Added graph/stereo example to demostrate tbb::flow::async_msg. * Removed a few cases of excessive user data copying in the flow graph. * Reworked split_node to eliminate unnecessary overheads. * Added support for C++11 move semantics to the argument of tbb::parallel_do_feeder::add() method. * Added C++11 move constructor and assignment operator to tbb::combinable template class. * Added tbb::this_task_arena::max_concurrency() function and max_concurrency() method of class task_arena returning the maximal number of threads that can work inside an arena. * Deprecated tbb::task_arena::current_thread_index() static method; use tbb::this_task_arena::current_thread_index() function instead. - License changed to Apache-2.0 - Please see included CHANGES file for all changes.