This article is from the Object-Oriented Technology FAQ, by Bob Hathaway email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Nat Makarevitch)
Subject: Re: 'Concurrent Objects' - Suggestions needed
Date: 10 Oct 1993 02:41:15 GMT
u++ - uC++ Translator and Concurrency Runtime System
The u++ command introduces a translator pass over the
specified source files after the C preprocessor and before
the actual C++ compilation. The translator converts sev-
eral new uC++ constructs into C++ statements. The u++
command also provides the runtime concurrency library,
which must be linked with each uC++ application.
uC++: Concurrency in the Object-Oriented Language C++, by
P.A. Buhr, G. Ditchfield, R.A. Stroobosscher, B.M.
Younger, C.R. Zarnke; Software-Practise and Experience,
22(2):137--172, February 1992. This paper describes uC++
v2.0, which has been significantly extended.
The uC++ system is available via anonymous FTP
from watmsg.UWaterloo.ca:pub/uSystem. A license agreement
is required to use uC++.