[llvm-dev] Release of Clang UPC v 3.8.1-0
Nenad Vukicevic via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Sep 22 14:33:13 PDT 2016
Clang UPC and UPC2C v3.8.1-0 Release
Intrepid Technology announces the availability of the Clang UPC version
3.8.1-0 compiler. Clang UPC is a Unified Parallel C compiler that extends
the capability of the Clang/LLVM compiler and tool set.
For further information on the UPC language and this implementation consult
This release is based on Clang/LLVM 3.8.1 and provides the following
UPC language compiler.
UPC to C translator compatible with the Berkeley UPC
It has been tested on the following configurations:
- Intel (Xeon) (64 bit)
- AMD (Opteron) (64/32 bit)
- Intel i686 (32 bit)
- PowerPC (Power7) (64 bit)
More information on Clang UPC configuration and install can be found
at the Clang
UPC <http://clangupc.github.io/clang-upc/> web page.
Clang UPC provides two runtime environments: SMP (Shared memory), and
Portals4 (Infiniband networking).
The SMP runtime is the default configuration. To use the Portals4 runtime
please use the *-DLIBUPC_RUNTIME_MODEL:=[smp|portals4]* option when
configuring with cmake.
More information on the Portals4 based runtime can be found on its project
web page <http://clangupc.github.io/portals4>.
The following three source code components of Clang UPC are available for
download: llvm-upc, clang-upc, and upc2c at GitHub download page
For convenience a tarball release of all three components is also provided.
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