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Revision as of 22:50, 19 September 2012 by (Talk | contribs) (PTP User-Developer Workshop, Chicago, September 18-20, 2012)

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

NOTE Agenda for Wed Sept 19 has changed: see

Original Agenda as PDF: PTP User-Developer Workshop Agenda

Remote Participation - we are webcasting through readytalk:

Dial-in Instructions

  • Step 1: Dial-In. U.S. & Canada: (866) 740-1260. Access Code: 2444696
  • Step 2: Web Login. Browse to, and enter Access Code 2444696.

Please note: Our conference software relys on Adobe Flash to display the web content.  Please test your computer (at for compatibility prior to the meeting.  Please also note that some distributions of linux (Fedora Core 12, for instance) may not have Flash enabled by default, if so, please follow these steps to enable Flash on your system.

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

  • Adding on to Photran: Introduction to Photran internals; Adding new refactorings using the Fortran refactoring framework; Adding support for Fortran error parsers and compilers - Ralph Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign
  • Synchronized projects: Internals and operation/Adding support for new synchronization providers - John Eblen, ORNL

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 - Greg Watson, IBM
  • Funding opportunities - Jay Alameda, NCSA

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