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How to install PPlus

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  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install pplus
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License
new BSD
Imports
Lastest release
version 0.5.2 on Jul 2nd, 2013

About

PPlus is a simple environment to execute Python code in parallel on many machines without much effort. It is actually a fork of Parallel Python, another simple but powerful framework for parallel execution of python code, which lacks features needed for effective use in our daily research.

Install

To install this packages, you can use the default distutils commands:

python setup.py build
sudo python setup.py install

To check the installation, you can launch the test suite:

python -c "import pplus; pplus.test()"

Note that tests will print reports of expected raised exceptions. Check if you get OK or FAILED status at the end.

Configuration

All the configuration option must be specified in a PPlus configuration file. After the installation, a ready-to-edit configuration file is installed in /etc/pplus/pplus.cfg (see documentation for more information about PPlus configuration)

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Last updated Jul 2nd, 2013

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