I’m pleased to announce that a new major release Intel® Threading Building Blocks 4.2 is available for download. The new version contains many interesting features – explore more in the what’s new article.
Try the new version – you can download the open source package as usual from the product site. Commercial version is available at Intel Registration Center.
Was it a conscious decision to omit the ./doc/help/ documentation from the source distribution package again, or should that only be for development releases? (If you do include that documentation next time, perhaps also add a link in ./index.html.)
Meanwhile, CHANGES refers to the documentation for details about a change in scheduling behaviour, but at first sight I don't see anything in the Reference Manual other than the documentation of wait_for_all(). I guess I'll have to inspect the source code to see how fairness is still guaranteed... unless it isn't?