Breezy is an implementation of an architecture
that allows a client application to "attach" to
a data parallel (pC++) program at run-time. This
"attachment" allows the client
information about the program state (including current location in
the program, currently active parallel data structures, etc.),
type information regarding parallel data structures, and
meta information (I could tell you what this is,
but I'd have to kill you).
call user defined functions or methods in the parallel program
Here are some documents regarding the ideas and details of Breezy.
Here are some example applications of Breezy.
Soon (maybe) to come:
The socket communication library (cargo.c & transport.c).
To Darryl Brown's home page.