I received an announcement in my email for Message-Driven Java Threads API this morning. Apparently, Java threads can send and receive message between themselves with this API.
Dear Threading team...I use the Thread Checker on Windows* to debug OpenMP programs compiled with the Intel C++ and Fortran compilers -- it is a truly outstanding tool.
I'm curious about the use of fibers in Win32 threaded code.
To what extent is Intel's implementation of OpenMP on Linux* based on Pthreads? When I look at the code generated by Intel C++ or Fortran with -openmp, I see a lot of __kmpc* calls such as:
An article whose URL was posted to the lock-free thread caught my eye.
What is the relationship with the shell stack limit (ulimit -s ) and the stack size for threads chosen by the user with pthread_attr_setstacksize?
Tuning Multithreaded Windows* applications using the Intel VTune Analyzer 7.0Register and get information here.
I've used both POSIX threads (Pthreads) and Win32 threads APIs and I believe that Pthreads has the better programming model of the two.