Release Notes: A major redesign of implementation layers, new patterns, a partial migration to C++11, support for GPGPUs (CUDA and OpenCL), and native support (zero-copy) for Infiniband networks and TCP/IP.
Release Notes: More programming patterns (map/for_all, reduce). Doxygen class documentation. Automatic thread mapping and pinning. Major performance improvements. Several new lock-free algorithms (e.g. fast unbound queue, and several others from other authors). A parallel memory allocator. A distributed version. Examples of GPGPUs usage.
Release Notes: This version has been tested on Linux, Mac OS (32- and 64-bit, 10.3 or later), and Windows XP and 7 (32- and 64-bit). Michael and Scott's queue was reworked and tested. It now requires only CAS (instead of DoubleWord-CAS) and it works on both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. Some performance problems on Windows platforms were fixed. A Quicksort example implementation was added, which uses MPMC queue (both in the blocking version and the non-blocking version).
Release Notes: This release marks the first porting onto the Windows OS. It has been tested on Windows 7 on the x86_64 architecture with Visual Studio 10. More examples were added. Many improvements were made to the allocator, such as deferred reclamation and memory alignment. A new mapping API was added. Multi-push, multi-producers/multi-consumers queue, Posix_memalign in the allocator, and Ticket-spinlock were implemented. The ff_queue implementation of a SPSC queue was added. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Unbounded SWSR queue was improved. A list-based dynamic queue was added. The directory structure was changed. cmake compilation support was added. Some bugs in ffStats and a memory leak were fixed. Multiple stream management was added. Compilation warnings were fixed. The accelerator was improved.
Release Notes: This release introduces the ubuffer.hpp file, which contains a new and fast unbounded buffer implementation based on the SWSR_Ptr_Buffer. It introduces the ability to choose at compile time between a bounded and unbounded buffer in the implementation of the point-to-point channel (SWSR_Ptr_Buffer vs uSWSR_Ptr_Buffer). The allocator has been revisited and improved. There are minor cosmetic changes.