Berkeley UPC

Berkeley UPC

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  • Version:
    2.4
  • Total Downloads:
    191
  • Date Added:
    November 02, 2006
  • File Size:
    1.24GB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    1
  • Operating Systems:
    Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/2003

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What's new in version 2.4
2006-11-02 Berkeley UPC release 2.4.0 (and 2.3.16 BETA 1)
  • Add initial native support for the Cray XT3 via new 'portals' network
  • Implement the GASP 1.5 performance instrumentation interface, supporting the Parallel Performance Wizard (PPW) and other third-party profiling tools.
  • Add bupc_ticks_to_ns() - finer granularity timer query
  • Add the Berkeley implementations of the UPC collectives and UPC-IO to GCCUPC+UPCR
  • Add most of the Berkeley UPC library extensions to GCCUPC+UPCR
  • Add upcdecl command-line tool (also online at: http://upc.lbl.gov/upcdecl)
  • Add support for alloca() and stdarg.h
  • Performance improvements to the BUPC semaphore library for signalling store
  • Add bupc_thread_distance() - runtime thread layout query for hierarchical systems
  • Add a remote fetch-and-add UPC library extension (initially just for 64-bit ints)
  • Allow configure-time tuning of bit distribution in packed pointer-to-shared rep
  • Fix the following notable bugs in 2.2.2 (see http://upc-bugs.lbl.gov for details):
    • bug525: optimizer crashes on Tru64/CompaqC for libgasnet
    • bug1229: More robust preprocessing on Compaq C
    • bug1389: ansi-aliasing violations on small local put/get copies
    • bug1531: improved lock fairness to remote lock requests
    • bug1594: timer inaccuracies on Cray X1E
    • bug1645: preprocess-time failure 'Backslash found where operator expected'
    • bug1657: PACKAGE_* symbols exposed to UPC code on GCCUPC+UPCR
    • bug1683: improve upcrun handling of -shared-heap-max
    • bug 1743: More robust behavior when backend C compiler changes
  • Improved SRV-based DNS failover for upcc HTTP translation
  • Add gzip compression to HTTP netcompile, for faster compiles over slow links
  • Improved robustness for SSH netcompile to handle stray output from dotfiles
  • Numerous misc minor bug fixes
General
Publisher Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Publisher web site http://www.lbl.gov
Release Date November 02, 2006
Date Added November 02, 2006
Version 2.4
Category
Category Developer Tools
Subcategory Interpreters & Compilers
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Windows 2003, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows, Windows 98
Additional Requirements
  • Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003
  • GNU Cygwin environment (provided by binary installer)
  • Download Information
    File Size 1.24GB
    File Name berkeley_upc-2.10.0-bin.tar.gz
    Popularity
    Total Downloads 191
    Downloads Last Week 1
    Pricing
    License Model Free
    Limitations Not available
    Price Free

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