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[Bug-gnubg] Multiprocessing and remote processing committed to CVS

From: Olivier Baur
Subject: [Bug-gnubg] Multiprocessing and remote processing committed to CVS
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 16:50:11 +0200


Thanks to Jørn's help, I've been able to commit my changes to the "branch-multi" CVS branch.
Øystein, you can give it a try at compiling it on Windows?

BTW, is there any place where I could put down some written doc about my code? Or should I just put this as /* C comments */ in the source files?

Another thing: you will find new lib/vector_xxx.c/h files; they are used for vector computing, which is currently deactivated by the #define VECTOR 0 macro. I didn't have time (well, name it rather "courage") to remove all my vector code and maintain two branches.

Last thing: you may have to remove the "-framework Carbon" linker tag in the main Makefile (which is specific to MacOS).

Warning: this version still crashes/deadlocks GTK -- at least, on my computer :-) -- but it's perfectly usable in tty.


-- Olivier

Le mercredi, 28 mai 2003, à 19:09 Europe/Paris, Øystein Johansen a écrit :

Ian Shaw wrote:

Sounds like a task for me!)


Yum Yum! I can run tests on umpteen processors (well, about 6) across a TCP/IP network. Email me an exe or link if you want a test done.

I will as soon as Olivier either mails me the code or he's able to commit it to the CVS three. Olivier?


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