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This guide supports the Cray Programming Environment 5.0 releases. The following changes have been made for this release:
Loopmark listings are now supported for the Cray C Compiler and Cray C++ Compiler.
This guide has been restructured around a process-oriented approach. Step-by-step procedures for identifying and solving performance issues have been inserted.
To minimize redundancy, compiler command, directive, and Cray Streaming Directive (CSD)
information covered in the
|4.1||August 19, 2002||Draft version to support the Cray Programming Environment 4.1 releases.|
|4.2||December 20, 2002||Draft version to support the Cray Programming Environment 4.2 releases.|
|4.3||March 31, 2003||Draft version to support the Cray Programming Environment 4.3 releases.|
|5.0||June 2003||Supports the Cray Programming Environment 5.0 releases.|