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The S-Lang PVM module provides a S-Lang interface to PVM. By organizing distributed computations with S-Lang, one gains the advantages of programming in an interpreted language.
With this approach, one can make efficient use of all available computer resources: high level logic is handled in interpreted code, CPU intensive work is done in compiled code and PVM simplifies using all available CPUs.
./configure --prefix=$CXC/$ARCH --with-slang=$CXC/$ARCH \ --with-pvm3lib='$(PVM_ROOT)/lib/$(PVM_ARCH)' \ --with-pvm3inc='$(PVM_ROOT)/include' To build on solaris, need libraries -lnsl -lsocket
hello_master: An slsh script that sends a message to another task running on the PVM. hello_slave: Used by "hello_master". master: An slsh script that runs a specified command multiple times on the PVM. It uses the "slave" script do do this. slave: Used by "master".
slpvm (0.1.5-12) unstable; urgency=low * debian/control: + Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.1 (no changes needed) + The package is now maintained with Git at alioth.debian.org. Add Vcs-Git field and change Vcs-Browser accordingly. + Fix Lintian warning debhelper-but-no-misc-depends + Bump build dependency on debhelper to >= 7 * debian/compat: Set compatibility level of deb more»
2005-5-10 John Houck <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Generate and install a help file, pvm.hlp 20 more»
This package was debianized by Rafael Laboissiere <email@example.com> on Fri Oct 28 13:18:29 CEST 20 more»