We've Got Articles

Just a reminder that we've got a bunch of technical articles over at the Oracle Technical Network (OTN) regarding Oracle Solaris Studio. These are deep dives into the technology of compilers and application development:

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Stability of the C++ ABI: Evolution of a Programming Language (revised March 2011)
As C++ evolved over the years, the Application Binary Interface (ABI) used by a compiler often needed changes to support new or evolving language features. This paper addresses these issues in Oracle Solaris Studio C++, and what you can expect when you develop programs using Oracle Solaris Studio C+

Mixing C and C++ Code in the Same Program (revised February 2011)

Profiling MPI Applications (Updated January 2011)
Profiling of Message Passing Interface (MPI) applications with the Oracle Solaris Studio Performance Tools.

Oracle Solaris Studio Performance Tools
This article describes the kinds of performance questions users typically ask, and then it describes the Oracle Solaris Studio performance tools and shows examples of what the tools can do.

Taking Advantage of OpenMP 3.0 Tasking with Oracle Solaris Studio
A technical white paper that shows how to use Oracle Solaris Studio 12.2 to implement, profile and debug and example OpenMP program.

Oracle Solaris Studio FORTRAN Runtime Checking Options Whitepaper

Translating gcc/g++/gfortran Options to Oracle Solaris Studio Compiler Options Technical Article

Examine MPI Applications with the Oracle Solaris Studio Performance Analyzer How to Guide

Handling Memory Ordering in Multithreaded Applications with Oracle Solaris Studio 12 Update 2: Part 1, Compiler Barriers Technical Article

Handling Memory Ordering in Multithreaded Applications with Oracle Solaris Studio 12 Update 2: Part 2, Memory Barriers and Memory Fences Technical Article

Developing Enterprise Applications with Oracle Solaris Studio Whitepaper

Developing Parallel Programs — A Discussion of Popular Models Whitepaper

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Deep thoughts on compiling C, C++, and Fortran codes with Oracle Solaris Studio compilers, especially optimization and parallelization, from the Solaris Studio documentation lead, Richard Friedman. Email him at
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