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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.0.0, Package name: fastflow-3.0.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

FastFlow: high-performance parallel patterns and building blocks in C++

FastFlow is a programming library implemented in modern C++ and
targeting multi/many-cores (there exists an experimental version based
on ZeroMQ targeting distributed systems). It offers both a set of
high-level ready-to-use parallel patterns and a set of mechanisms and
composable components (called building blocks) to support low-latency
and high-throughput data-flow streaming networks.

FastFlow simplifies the development of parallel applications modelled
as a structured directed graph of processing nodes. The graph of
concurrent nodes is constructed by the assembly of sequential and
parallel building blocks as well as higher-level easy-to-use
components (i.e. parallel patterns) modelling typical schemas of
parallel computations (e.g., pipeline, task-farm, parallel-for,
etc.). FastFlow efficiency stems from the optimized implementation of
the base communication and synchronization mechanisms and from its
layered software design.


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   2020-08-12 02:18:27 by Brook Milligan | Files touched by this commit (1)
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   2020-08-09 17:51:07 by Brook Milligan | Files touched by this commit (4)
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parallel/fastflow: import fastflow-3.0.0

FastFlow: high-performance parallel patterns and building blocks in C++

FastFlow is a programming library implemented in modern C++ and
targeting multi/many-cores (there exists an experimental version based
on ZeroMQ targeting distributed systems). It offers both a set of
high-level ready-to-use parallel patterns and a set of mechanisms and
composable components (called building blocks) to support low-latency
and high-throughput data-flow streaming networks.

FastFlow simplifies the development of parallel applications modelled
as a structured directed graph of processing nodes. The graph of
concurrent nodes is constructed by the assembly of sequential and
parallel building blocks as well as higher-level easy-to-use
components (i.e. parallel patterns) modelling typical schemas of
parallel computations (e.g., pipeline, task-farm, parallel-for,
etc.). FastFlow efficiency stems from the optimized implementation of
the base communication and synchronization mechanisms and from its
layered software design.