We work every day to make parallel programming faster and easier, so we are excited to introduce you to the new features of Parallware Trainer 0.5 version. Take a look at the big changes!
- User can now select among three implementations of parallel scalar/sparse reductions:
- Built-in reductions (e.g. OpenMP/OpenACC reduction clause)
- Atomic access (e.g. OpenMP/OpenACC atomic construct)
- Explicit privatization and synchronization of reduction variables (e.g. combination of OpenMP private, barrier and critical/atomic)
- Improved GUI with new User Action LIst to support OpenMP/OpenACC-directive parallel templates
- New follow-on actions to fill in the template (e.g. CPU-GPU transfer ranges using OpenMP map to/map from and OpenACC copyin/copyout).
- New requirements to guarantee correctness (e.g. assert non-aliasing with restrict)
- New suggestions to improve performance (e.g. remove atomic if not needed)
- Improved GUI with a new dialog window for the creation of Parallware pragmas
- Interactive on-the-fly syntax validation
- Clang-based reengineering of the Parallware driver for C/C++
- GCC/Clang-compatible compilation flags (e.g. -D ,-I, -std)
- Clang-based reengineering of Parallware front-end for C/C++
- Improved support for preprocessor macros
- Improved validation of Parallware pragma parameters
- New documentation for the specification of Parallware pragmas
- Bugfixes in GUI
You can try Parallware Trainer for free 7 days.
Users will have full and free access to the tool for 7 days and will be able to learn parallel programming while improving their code.
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