The book and OpenMP 4.0

Use this forum to discuss the book: Using OpenMP - Portable Shared Memory Parallel Programming, by Barbara Chapman, Gabriele Jost and Ruud van der Pas Read the http://openmp.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=465 for book info and to download the examples. Post your feedback about the book and examples to this forum
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jgpallero
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The book and OpenMP 4.0

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Hello:

The future OpenMP 4.0 includes important features in the standard as the "cancel" instruction, the SIMD features and, above all (IMHO), the support for accelerators. Is planned a new edition of the book in order to cover this new capabilities?

Anyone knows if any compiler is working in the implementation of the new upcoming standard? What about in Oracle, Ruud?

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prince_tim
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Re: The book and OpenMP 4.0

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I posted my discussion of how OpenMP 4 is working on current Intel and gnu compilers at
https://sites.google.com/site/tprincesi ... timization
based on tests of C, C++, Fortran (and combination with Cilk(tm) Plus) on Windows and linux.
Test cases at https://github.com/tprince/lcd

My "accelerator" testing is limited to Intel compilers for Intel(r) Xeon Phi(tm). The test cases all run in native mode. If there is demand I will post versions of the test suite for Fortran omp target, which began working with the current 15.0 release.

As far as I can see, OpenMP 4 has not (yet?) proven a popular replacement for proprietary OpenMP-like systems for "accelerators" in p target mode.

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