I was browsing the examples that are part of the Threading Building Blocks source code download, seeking an example that illustrates how to apply the
concurrent_vector component, and my
grep executions brought me to the examples/parallel_reduce/convex_hull directory.
The poll question was: "To what degree do you intend to participate in the TBB Open Source Project?"
The responses were:
- TBB user only: 50 votes (56%)
A great step was taken to broaden the appeal of a major project. And yet, it's community treated it largely with utter contempt.
Some in the OpenSolaris community took a big step by refactoring the OS into a single CD-sized image, bootable from that CD image, with Gnome 2.20, a modern installer and packaging system, etc. The first developer's preview is available at http://opensolaris.org
Statement of the problem
The task that is performed by the text_filter.cpp example is simple enough:
"Going forward, the big challenge we have today is we have to really think deeply about programming for concurrency. The models we have today for concurrency don't work."