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  • kpedersen
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    One day we can write C++ code like this?

    Code:
    void someFunc()
    {
      for(size_t i = 0; i < nodes.size(); i++)   std::shared_ptr<Image> img = Image::load("test.png");
      {                                          std::shared_ptr<Sound> snd = Sound::load("bang.ogg");
        nodes.at(i)->process();                  std::shared_ptr<Model> mdl = Model::load("player.obj");
      }
    
      tick();                                    display();
    }
    ... whilst being implicitly thread safe....

    I have no idea how this is going to turn out on these forums

    Leave a comment:


  • Intel's LLVM-Based SYCL Compiler Continues Taking Shape

    Phoronix: Intel's LLVM-Based SYCL Compiler Continues Taking Shape

    While a bit quiet over the summer months and their Data Parallel C++ announcement was recently made, Intel's LLVM-based SYCL compiler continues maturing and picking up new features as the beta roll-out of oneAPI is expected in Q4...

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