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μC++ Annotated Reference Manual

This package contains the documentation about using the μC++ compiler from the University of Waterloo. μC++ is a dialect of C++, extending C++ with new constructs that provide advanced control-flow including light-weight concurrency on shared-memory uni- and multi-processor computers running UNIX and Linux operating systems. μC++ provides new kinds of classes, including coroutines, which have independent execution states; tasks, which have their own threads; and monitors, which allow for safe communication among tasks. These new classes can take part in inheritance, overloading, and templates, just like other classes. As well, C++ exception handling is extended, allowing exceptions to propagate among coroutines and tasks. Additional capabilities include: clustering of tasks and processors, object-oriented non-blocking I/O for files and sockets, and support for real-time programming.

More information on μC++ is available at

Package version:5.3.0-1


This file contains instructions on how to build the latest version of uC++.
Presumably, you have just ftped the latest version.


uC++ requires at least:

1. gcc-3.4.x or greater, or Intel icc 8.1 or 9.0.  uC++ works reasonably well
   with GNU gcc-3.3.x, but there are some user compilation situations that fail
   (e.g., some usages of osacquire/isacquire).  As well, uC++ does 


u++ (5.3.0-1) unstable; urgency=low

   * New upstream. Now supports amd64. Closes: bug#282843, bug#345004
   * debian/rules: munge DEB_BUILD_GNU_SYSTEM to determine correct arch
     for μC++. Closes: bug#328037
   * debian/control: acknowledge policy version 3.6.2

 -- Richard C. Bilson <>  Fri,  6 Jan 2006 10:54:28 -0500

u++ (5.0.1-5) unstable; urgency=low

   * debia


This package was debianized by Richard C. Bilson
<>, based on the u++-4.10 package by Ryan
M. Golbeck.

Upstream Author: Peter Buhr <>

Copyright held by various people on a per-file basis.

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General Public License.  On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU
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