Features/mp-sched has been merged into the trunk

I just merged the SMP scheduler code (features/mp-sched) into the
trunk [9336]. Outside of the dependency on boost 1.35 or later (see
below), things should continue to work without changes, but will be
faster on SMP machines. This has been tested on Linux and NetBSD, and
is believed to work on OS/X (though I haven’t received confirmation
yet).

This change set also fixes some outstanding bugs, including removing
the “single gr_top_block” restriction.

As always, please let me know if you run into any problems.

The trunk now depends on boost 1.35 or later, and most distros aren’t
shipping this yet. This wasn’t done lightly, but 1.35 introduces some
very nice features for managing threads, which greatly simplified the
code.

For information on building boost from source, see
http://gnuradio.org/trac/browser/gnuradio/trunk/README.building-boost

Boost 1.36.0 is the latest release. It’s what I’m using.

Eric

Hi,

Our eyes cannot flicker, this is a paradise summer, the developments
goes
logarithmic (Multiprocessor Scheduling, OGL plotting, USRP C++
daughterboard
drivers,…). Many thanks to developing team, I wish we have the ability
to
help you.

Best Regards,

Firas

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