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Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 16:41:45 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: --fork

On 30 Apr, 2013, at 16:33 , magnum <> wrote:
> I will unify some MPI/fork-code (prefering core stuff over the old HAVE_MPI stuff when at all possible).
> My goal is to have MPI and -fork so very similar that a forked run can be resumed with MPI, or vice versa. The contest branch was almost there.

Speaking of that, I have plenty of these in bleeding:

+	if (mpi_id == 1)
	printf("Something (often with unchanged indentation)");

In contest, I had a global variable 'options.rootnode' that was used instead, not ifdef'ed MPI but also valid for node/fork.

-	if (mpi_id == 1)
+	if (options.root_node)

Will you do something like that in code? If so, I'll just drop my MPI stuff.


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