Parallel Programming with C++

POP-C++ is a comprehensive object-oriented system for developing HPC applications in large, heterogeneous, parallel and distributed computing infrastructures. It consists of a programming suite (language, compiler) and a run-time system for running POP-C++ applications.

POP stands for: Parallel Object Programming, nevertheless the POP model is suitable to efficiently used parallel environments (multi-core) as well as distributed environments (multi-machines).

POP-C++ language is minimal an extension of C++ programming language that implements the parallel object model (POP) including resource management using a requirement-driven approach.


The Last version of POP-C++ : V3.0 (beta) is available here!

WARNING: this version is not compatible with OSX, on Mac and still has some bugs. For the most stable version we recommends usage of __version 2.5__.

Now the first stable version of POP-Java (V1.0) is available : POP-Java !

You are new with POP-C++: Getting started guide for POP-C++ version 3.0

You will find here full information about POP-C++: User guide for POP-C++ version 3.0

If you just want to see the changes since the last stable version : Release Notes

Getting started with POP-C++

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