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README

OVERVIEW:

TinySTM is a lightweight but efficient word-based STM implementation.
This distribution includes three versions of TinySTM: write-back
(updates are buffered until commit time), write-through (updates are
directly written to memory), and commit-time locking (locks are only
acquired upon commit).  The version can be selected by editing the
makefile, which documents all the different compilation options.

TinySTM compiles and runs on 32 or 64-bit architectures.  It was tested
on various flavors of Unix, on Mac OS X, and on Windows using cygwin.
It comes with a few test applications, notably a linked list, a skip
list, and a red-black tree.

INSTALLATION:

TinySTM requires the atomic_ops library, freely available from
http://www.hpl.hp.com/research/linux/atomic_ops/.  A stripped-down
version of the library is included in the TinySTM distribution.  If you
wish to use another version, you must set the environment variable
LIBAO_HOME to the installation directory of atomic_ops.

If your system does not support GCC thread-local storage, set the
environment variable NOTLS to a non-empty value before compilation.

To compile TinySTM libraries, execute 'make' in the main directory.  To
compile test applications, execute 'make test'.

CONTACT:

    E-mail : tinystm@tinystm.org
    Web    : http://tinystm.org
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