• 2021.4
  • 09/27/2021
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Constrained APIs

Starting from C++20, most of Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks (oneTBB) APIs are constrained to enforce named requirements on template arguments types.
The violations of these requirements are detected at a compile time during the template instantiation.
Example
// Call for body(oneapi::tbb::blocked_range) is ill-formed // oneapi::tbb::parallel_for call results in constraint failure auto body = [](const int& r) { /*...*/ }; oneapi::tbb::parallel_for(oneapi::tbb::blocked_range{1, 10}, body); // Error example: // error: no matching function to call to oneapi::tbb::parallel_for // note: constraints not satisfied // note: the required expression 'body(range)' is invalid body(range);
The code that violates named requirements but compiles successfully until C++20, may not compile in C++20 mode due to early and strict constraints diagnostics.

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