Author Topic: Concurrency/Multicore support?  (Read 4016 times)


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Concurrency/Multicore support?
« on: April 20, 2014, 12:39:17 am »
Hi Pascellers (Pascellites? Pascellians?),

Does FPC provide any support for writing highly concurrent code? I don't care whether it is implemented in the traditional lock based model like in Java, or a message passing style like in Go/Erlang. I am just interested in being able to take advantage of multicore architectures for high performance gaming/scientific applications, and also in being able to use multithreaded to create more responsive UIs. Thanks!


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Re: Concurrency/Multicore support?
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2014, 03:32:42 am »
There's an MPICH2 binding available for distributed computing, multithreading is supported at RTL and language level (for TLS), mutex/lock/critical section is available as well, both procedural and OOP version. This wiki article is a good tutorial.


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