C++ AMP Algorithms Library Released

Thursday, November 13, 2014 – 6:01 PM

Finally there’s a new release of the C++ AMP Algorithms Library!

This release contains some important bug fixes on 0.9.4.

  • Fixed array initialization bug in radix_sort
  • count_if no longer uses an excessively large number of threads, even for small problem sizes.
  • Removed code to initialize tests for code coverage.
  • Improved unit test stability on different hardware.


What’s up next for the library? A port to Linux and more STL algorithm implementations and bug fixes. Right now I’m busy moving the tests to Google Test. There might be another follow-up post on moving to Google Test. So far it’s been a pretty good experience, more test cases with less code and a much faster turnaround time code/build/test…

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