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Android* Tutorial: Writing a Multithreaded Application using Intel® Threading Building Blocks.

Recently we posted the “Windows* 8 Tutorial: Writing a Multithreaded Application for the Windows Store* using Intel® Threading Building Blocks”. There we stated that the parallel calculation engine can be ported easily to other mobile or desktop platforms. Android is a good example of such a mobile platform.

In a recently posted stable release of Intel Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB), we have added experimental support for Android applications; i.e., building Intel TBB libraries for use in Android applications via the JNI interface. You can download this release from threadingbuildingblocks.org.

To start the process on a Linux* host, unpack the Intel TBB source distribution, source the /build/android_setup.csh script, and build the libraries. Building the libraries is necessary because development releases are distributed in source form only. The /build/index.android.html file contains instructions to configure the environment and build the library on Linux.

Assuming that gnu make 3.81 is available in the %PATH% (on a Microsoft Windows* host platform) and $PATH (on a Linux host) we need to issue the following command in the NDK environment to build the Intel TBB libraries for Android:

gmake tbb tbbmalloc target=android

That’s all that is needed for the library build; we can now move to build the example using Eclipse*. For the example below, I’ll use Android SDK Tools Rev.21 and Android NDK Rev 8C on Windows* to illustrate the process of cross-platform development.

Create a new project using a default template «New Android Application». For simplicity, we name it “app1”, the same as in the previous post:

Select FullscreenActivity as the Activity. That’s it for the template. Please note that com.example* is not an acceptable package naming for Google Play* but it is good enough for our example.

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FYI, just some addressing background

by mshanahan

You don't need to XXX out 192.168.XX.XXX. the 192.168.????.???? is a private address group for your lan. (All my LANS are 192.168.SOMETHING, and I have at times had as many as 6 routers running on my LAN, with only the first one after the DSL modem being the DHCP server) The linksys router will use NAT (Network Address Translation) to hide that from the internet.
Hope this helps.
PS: there are some tutorials available on the web for free on addressing. I know my netgear equipment has one on at least 2 of the CDs for the routers that I have.
Good Luck, and yes Linksys will help you, but in some cases free support stops at 90 days after purchase (Netgear for instance), but I assume that you just purchased these.

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