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PTP User-Developer Workshop, Chicago, September 18-20, 2012

PTP User-Developer workshop Agenda on NCSA site

Agenda as PDF: PTP User-Developer Workshop Agenda

Notes and presentations are attached below

User Workshop, Tuesday Sept 18

  • Tips for using synchronized projects and how to avoid common pitfalls - Roland Schulz, ORNL

Developer Workshop

Wednesday Sept 19

  • Introduction, overview - Jay Alameda, NCSA; Beth Tibbitts, IBM
  • Adding support for a new JAXB resource manager - Gregory Watson, IBM
  • Monitoring system basics, and adding support for a new batch system - Carsten Karbach and Wolfgang Frings, Jülich Supercomputing Centre (presenting remotely)
  • Synchronized projects: Internals and operation/Adding support for new synchronization providers - John Eblen, ORNL
  • Filtering for synchronized projects: Defaults and proposed changes - Jay Alameda, NCSA
  • Introduction to Photran internals - Ralph Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign
  • Adding new refactorings using the Fortran refactoring framework - Ralph Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign
  • Adding support for Fortran error parsers and compilers - Ralph Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign
  • How the Environment Management System works and what else needs to be done - Jay Alameda, NCSA
  • Follow-up on issues related to Environment Management/build configuration/toolchain/path management: Issues - Jay Alameda, NCSA

Thursday Sept 20

  • Using Eclipse CDT/PTP for static analysis - Beth Tibbitts, IBM
  • Eclipse CDT refactoring overview and internals- Michael Rüegg (presenting remotely)
  • Adding OpenCL support to Eclipse - Vincent Hindriksen, StreamComputing (presenting remotely)
  • Integrating an external tool with ETFw - Wyatt Spear, University of Oregon
  • Use of ETFw for custom GUI controls - Brian Watt, IBM
  • Merging ETFw and JAXB - Chris Navarro, NCSA
  • Outstanding PTP bugs - Gregory Watson, IBM
  • Funding opportunities - Jay Alameda, NCSA