[Developers] Fwd: [CactusMaint] CactusUtils/2079: Patch for thorn TimerReport: Output timer reports to a file instead of to stdout

Erik Schnetter schnetter at cct.lsu.edu
Wed May 16 16:22:56 CDT 2007


The message below proposes a patch to the flesh.  Thomas, Jonathan,  
Tom, could you have a look?

Thanks,
-erik

On Apr 28, 2007, at 17:33:15, Erik Schnetter wrote:

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>> From: Erik Schnetter <schnetter at cct.lsu.edu>
>> Date: April 28, 2007 5:04:16 PM CDT
>> To: Cactus Maintainers <cactusmaint at cactuscode.org>,  
>> bugs at cactuscode.org, Tom Goodale <goodale at cct.lsu.edu>, gnats- 
>> admin at cactuscode.org
>> Subject: Re: [CactusMaint] CactusUtils/2079: Patch for thorn  
>> TimerReport: Output timer reports to a file instead of to stdout
>> Reply-To: CactusMaint <cactusmaint at cactuscode.org>
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>> http://www.cactuscode.org/cactus_cgi-bin/gnatsweb.pl?cmd=view% 
>> 20audit-trail&database=cactus&pr=2079
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>> I have added a patch that implements a new flesh function  
>> CCTK_SchedulePrintTimesToFile.  The internal schedule printing  
>> functions take an additional FILE* argument, and the existing  
>> CCTK_SchedulePrintTimes prints to stdout.
>>
>> -erik
>>
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