Supported in part by the National Science Foundation under grant NSF ASC92-13500, by ARPA under Rome Labs contract AF 30602-92-C-0135, by a grant from OACIS, and by IBM R&Dcontract MHVU3704.

Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403, {darrylb, hacks, malony, mohr}@cs.uoregon.edu.

pC++ and its runtime system have been ported to several shared memory and distributed memory parallel systems, validating the system's goal of portability. The ports include the Kendall Square Research KSR-1, Intel Paragon, TMC CM-5, IBM SP-1, Sequent Symmetry, BBN TC2000, and homogeneous clusters of UNIX workstations using PVM; work on porting pC++ to the Cray T3D and Meiko CS-2 is in progress. More details about the pC++ language and runtime system can be found in [9][8].

Tue May 31 11:08:16 PDT 1994