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Message 11970 - Posted: 8 Aug 2007, 11:34:57 UTC
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Hi all, I'm an OpenLab summer student at CERN. In connection with BOINCifying some python-based physics code I have written a C++ python extension module that may be of interest to others. Find it here.

I'm quite aware that running python code under BOINC could be seen as a waste of CPU cycles, but given the complexity of the physics packages I am working with, the only possible way to run the code under BOINC is to adapt the top-level python code rather than the lower-level C++ executables.

In light of this, the code should be considered 'for interest only' - it's not a complete reimplementation of the client API but it's enough to run a python port of uppercase and do checkpointing.
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Message 11973 - Posted: 8 Aug 2007, 14:21:29 UTC

David.

You might want to send this to the boinc_projects and/or boinc_dev email lists. Link to sign up is in the sticky at the top (as long as your forum prefs are the default).
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