Intel Open Sources OpenMP Runtime as an LLVM Project
|Richard Harris in HTML5 Tuesday, October 8, 2013|
They open-sourced the Intel OpenMP runtime code to support the development of a full LLVM-based implementation of the OpenMP specification. Intel’s compiler team in Moscow has made outstanding progress in implementing the Clang changes to support the OpenMP language extensions (you can see their work at http://clang-omp.github.io, and now they reached a milestone where they can create an LLVM sub-project for some of the other components that are needed to build a complete OpenMP system.
Read more: http://openmp.llvm.org
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