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About PCYNLITX project and its innovations
- From: Erkam Murat Bozkurt <erkam dot murat dot bozkurt at gmail dot com>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2019 17:16:37 +0300
- Subject: About PCYNLITX project and its innovations
Previously, I have presented my project to you. The current name of my
project is PCYNLITX.
PCYNLITX platform offers completely new programming technology which can be
named as Programmable Meta-Programming System and PCYNLITX platform is just
a particular application of this new programming methodology.
Basically, PCYNLITX is an intelligent integrated development environment (
IDE ) which can produce an application-specific multi-threading library
based on your needs and assists you in multi-thread software development
process. PCYNLITX is not a multi-threading library. Instead, it is a
multi-threading library generator. You can find out very comprehensive
documentation about pcynlitx project from both project web site and source
code repository. The addresses of the project web page and source code
repository are given in below links.
sourceforge -> projects -> pcynlitx
The outcome of the PCYNLITX platform acts as an autonomous thread
management system provides deterministic scheduling of the threads. You can
control the thread with the numbers given by you and determine the relation
of the threads. In other words, different from the other multi-threading
tools, you can directly schedule the threads independently from the
The scientific journal of the project is under review on IEEE Transactions
on Software Engineering.
Currently, the PCYNLITX platform only works on GNU/Linux based operating
systems and the other versions ( Windows and McOSx ) are under development.
The License of the PCYNLITX platform is GNU GPLv3 Free Software License. You
can find out many other documents including scientific introduction of the
project (“Technical Introduction” ), code examples and GUI tutorial form
the project web sites. You can also find out a documents introducing
std::thread programming, pthread programming and OpenMP programming on the
I am always waiting your valuable comments and contributions.
Thanks and best regards.
Erkam Murat Bozkurt
M.Sc in Control Systems Engineering