Taskflow Alternatives

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  • A vision of a multi-threaded Emacs
    7 projects | reddit.com/r/emacs | 20 May 2022
    Users should work with higher level primitives like tasks, parallel loops, asynchronous functions etc. Think TBB, Thrust, Taskflow, lparallel for CL, etc.
  • Modern C++ and OpenMP/Boost
    1 project | reddit.com/r/cpp | 20 Mar 2022
    i don't need to do much parallel programming, but when I do I really like taskflow: https://github.com/taskflow/taskflow
  • Taskflow VS MTL - a user suggested alternative
    2 projects | 28 Feb 2022
  • Open sourced a project, how to make it bigger?
    1 project | reddit.com/r/opensource | 26 Jan 2022
    Often a good start would be to look at similar projects perhaps aimed at other languages or tools and see how they go about advertising their project. Your projects ability to operate on DAGs made me think of https://github.com/taskflow/taskflow see on their readme they have performance benchmarks and show different DAGs and how they are supported.
  • [question] does golang has task schedule lib like c++'s taskflow?
    1 project | reddit.com/r/golang | 4 Jan 2022
  • Taskflow v3.3 Released! A New Task-Parallel Pipeline Programming Framework
    1 project | reddit.com/r/coolgithubprojects | 3 Jan 2022
  • Taskflow v3.3 released! Introducing A New Task-Parallel Pipeline Programming Framework
    1 project | reddit.com/r/cpp | 3 Jan 2022
    We just released our Taskflow v3.3 (https://taskflow.github.io/)! This release introduces a new task-parallel pipeline programming framework to help you implement pipeline algorithms. Our pipeline programming framework is very different from and is more efficient than existing ones that count on data abstractions to perform pipeline scheduling. Additionally, we have sanitized all potential data-race issues induced by incorrect memory order. Please check out the newest release. Thank you for all your contributions and support.
  • Libraries
    14 projects | reddit.com/r/cpp_questions | 7 Dec 2021
  • Learning Clojure made me return back to C/C++
    8 projects | reddit.com/r/Clojure | 23 Jul 2021
    If I do implement it, the most likely route I'd take is make a compiler in Clojure/clojurescript that uses Instaparse (I have a more-or-less-clojure grammar written that I was tinkering with) and generate C++ code that uses Immer for its data structures and Zug for transducers and what my not-quite-clojure would support would be heavily dependent on what the C++ code and libraries I use can do. I'd use Taskflow to implement a core.async style system (not sure how to implement channels, maybe this but I'm unsure if its a good fit, but I also haven't looked). I would ultimately want to be able to interact with C++ code, so having some way to call C++ classes (even templated ones) would be a must. I'm unsure if I would just copy (and extend as needed) Clojure's host interop functionality or not. I had toyed with the idea that you can define the native types (including templates) as part of the type annotations and then the user-level code basically just looks like a normal function. But I didn't take it very far yet, haven't had the time. The reason I'd take this approach is that I'm writing a good bit of C++ again and I'd love to do that in this not-quite-clojure language, if I did make it. A bunch of languages, like Haxe and Nim compile to C or C++, so I think its a perfectly reasonable approach, and if interop works well enough, then just like Clojure was able to leverage the Java ecosystem, not-quite-clojure could be bootstrapped by leveraging the C++ ecosystem. But its mostly just a vague dream right now.
  • Sample API for creating Task systems and Job Graphs?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/gameenginedevs | 14 May 2021
    Taskflow is commonly used in other domains, but it doesn't seem to be very well set up for games. We have a ticket open here for adding better control over threads which would make it usable in a game engine, if you want to make that change and use it yourself.
  • All C++20 core language features with examples
    10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Apr 2021
    > - Waiting for Cross-Platform standardized SIMD vector datatypes

    which language has standardized SIMD vector datatypes ? most languages don't even have any ability to express SIMD while in C++ I can just use Vc (https://github.com/VcDevel/Vc), nsimd (https://github.com/agenium-scale/nsimd) or one of the other ton of alternatives, and have stuff that JustWorksTM on more architectures than most languages even support

    - Using nonstandard extensions, libraries or home-baked solutions to run computations in parallel on many cores or on different processors than the CPU

    what are the other native languages with a standardized memory model for atomics ? and, what's the problem with using libraries ? it's not like you're going to use C# or Java's built-in threadpools if you are doing any serious work, no ? Do they even have something as easy to use as https://github.com/taskflow/taskflow ?

    - Debugging cross-platform code using couts, cerrs and printfs

    because people never use console.log in JS or System.println in C# maybe ?

    - Forced to use boost for even quite elementary operations on std::strings.

    can you point to non-trivial java projects that do not use Apache Commons ? Also, the boost string algorithms are header-only so you will end up with exactly the same binaries that if it was in some std::string_algorithms namespace:


  • EnkiTS: A C and C++ Task Scheduler for creating parallel programs
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Apr 2021
  • The biggest threat to Rust's sustainability
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Mar 2021
    > If you want to use modern systems, and you're going with C++. Good luck. You're gonna need it.

    if you're doing modern stuff you just use a task-based parallelism lib and pass things by value with libs such as https://github.com/taskflow/taskflow, https://github.com/cameron314/concurrentqueue ...


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