Update on source code for Redis Intel TBB on Ubuntu Linux and Windows

(Last Updated On: July 26, 2016)

Update on source code for Redis Intel TBB on Ubuntu Linux

For those that watched my video, I am trying to port my Mac Xcode source project into Ubuntu Linux. This is turning into a massive failure as you can combine dynamic share linked libraries with static ones no sweat in Xcode which uses CLang C++ compiler. When you move the CMake project into Linux, the mix of library types conflict during the build process. This now putting me in a rethink mode to go with the original Fastflow (instead of Intel TBB as that build is another issue). So what I am trying to do use a Windows Virtual Box Ubuntu virtual machine with a new project for Fastflow and Redis client project. In the meantime, I have posted last night’s presentation below.

Note for Windows and Visual Studio users. These frameworks will not work on Windows especially Redis for Visual Studio or Windows. I will not have time or focus to maintain different versions of this so I am encouraging everyine interested in this project should move onto a virtual machine with Ubuntu Linux with Virtual Box. These are all free.

I will post my usual updates in video or postings for reference.
Also, this flash sale will be put on hold until I get this completed.

 

Compiled Updates:

I am dumping Codelite as the preferred C++ due to complicated building from source code with multiple dependencies of GTK libssh etc. I am may switch to CLion which is paid.

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Overview of CMake and C++ HFT like algo trading software project

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Overview of CMake and C++ HFT like algo trading software project

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Next up is my own milestone project for biggest followers at my site of QuantLabs.net. As always, mucho thanks to them for supporting so I can make it this far. As a big thank you, I have combined a C++ project with the world’s fastest NOSQL database (Redis) with Intel TBB for concurrency. This will be used as my blueprint for a next generation alg…

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Next up is my own milestone project for biggest followers at my site of QuantLab

Monday, Jul 25, 2016, 8:00 PM

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Next up is my own milestone project for biggest followers at my site of QuantLabs.net. As always, mucho thanks to them for supporting so I can make it this far. As a big thank you, I have combined a C++ project with the world’s fastest NOSQL database (Redis) with Intel TBB for concurrency. This will be used as my blueprint for a next generation alg…

Check out this Meetup →

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