StreamJIT is an embedded domain-specific language and commensal compiler for synchronous dataflow stream programming, strongly inspired by StreamIt.
For more details on StreamJIT and commensal compilation, see StreamJIT: A Commensal Compiler for High-Performance Stream Programming, published in OOPSLA 2014. The talk slides are also available.
ant fetch; ant jar; ant test
The current best documentation is the getting started guide prepared for
the OOPSLA artifact submission, in
Further questions can be directed to the authors.
Note that the distributed backend in this repository is out-of-date due to a long-running branch. Contact Sumanan (e-mail address listed in the paper) if you're interested in that.