Projects / pypvm


Pypvm is a Python module which allows interaction with the Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) package. PVM allows a collection of computers connected by a network to serve as a single parallel computer. This package allows Python programs to do almost anything that is possible for Fortran or C programs, including starting and stopping other programs, sending them messages, and accessing cluster-wide data stores.


Recent releases

  •  22 Sep 2004 09:30

    Release Notes: In this version, support for Python 2.3 and PVM 3.4 has been added. The and programs now work. Compilation should be easier with picky compilers.

    •  13 Jun 2001 06:11

      Release Notes: Updated to work with Python 2.1.

      •  05 Sep 2000 02:37

        Release Notes: This is the merge of W. Michael Petullo's pypvm (which was at version 0.8.7) package with Greg Baker's PyPVM (which was at version 0.12). This has started a new numbering sequence starting at 0.91. This version brings the best from both packages -- pypvm's larger range of supported functions, and PyPVM's documentation strings and keyword arguments. A few bugs (in both packages) have been fixed.

        •  19 Sep 1999 00:24

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  16 Aug 1999 22:46

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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