13 Dec 2001
(updated 9 Jan 2002 at 20:09 UTC) »
reports that the physicists he works with don't seem to
understand how to use MPI efficiently or why passing around
gigabyte-sized structures instead of pointers is a bad idea.
They might be confused by the difference between Fortran
call-by-reference convention and C's call-by-value
convention. In any case, this is the kind of really basic
stuff that scientists who program should know.
Made my first foray into the world of GUIs with a
Tcl script to build an
interface to MolScript that
partially automates the tedious cycle of writing a script,
feeding it to MolScript and then reloading the image file.
It's really nothing more than a glorified text editor but it
does the job.
0.9.6. It seems that they fixed the problem that
resulted in a crash when using the Back button to move
It still doesn't display the bookmarklet
link on the Blogger