[pdp-discuss] PDP++ on Tiger

Randall C. O'Reilly oreilly at psych.colorado.edu
Wed May 4 11:11:21 MDT 2005

I haven't tried it -- hopefully it would still work if they want to preserve 
backward compatibility with other apps..  as for dual processors, it uses MPI 
for multi-processor jobs, so you'd have to compile a version with the mpi 
library (e.g., mpich, with shared memory turned on) linked in.  The LINUXdmem 
config makefile has an example of how to do this.

- Randy

On Tuesday 03 May 2005 02:06 pm, Stephen J. Read wrote:
> has anyone tried running pdp++ on Apple's new TIger (10.4) operating
> system?  I'm thinking of upgrading, but I don't want to break pdp++.
> Also, does pdp++ use both processors on a dual processor Mac system?
> Steve

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