Hi Felix

Thanks for your posting and your contribution to pypar. I think that the load balance class is a novel idea that is likely to be very useful to parallel Python applications. I have tested it and added it to the pypar repository (revision 51) where it'll become part of next release. Currently, it sits in the pypar source directory along with pypar.py itself and mpiext.c - do you have any preferences or suggestions for where it should live and also how to best install it along with the rest of pypar?
One option, of course, would be to include the class within pypar itself. I am open to suggestions.

Cheers and thanks
Ole

On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 9:38 PM, Felix Richter <felix@physik3.uni-rostock.de> wrote:
Dear Pypar friends,

here is a simple load balancer I wrote based on demo3.py. We currently use it
for a number of our computations.

The idea is to write a simple class that describes the work and to pass it to
the balancer which feeds the hungry nodes.

This might also be interesting to Jonas.

Best regards,

       Felix

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