[Mpi-forum] First reading: Remove NBC C++ bindings
jeff.science at gmail.com
Thu Apr 14 07:54:06 CDT 2011
I thought the Forum decided to un-deprecate the C++ bindings, or at
least had a straw vote expressing intent to do this. If that is the
case, C++ bindings should be defined for all 3.0 functionality.
I come to less than half the Forum meetings, so can someone point me
to the content that explains when and how the tide turned back towards
MPI not treating C++ as a first-class programming language?
On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 7:44 AM, Jeff Squyres <jsquyres at cisco.com> wrote:
> Rich --
> Is it possible to get a small amount of time for a first reading of ticket #272?
> The ticket is very simple: the removal of the C++ bindings from the non-blocking collectives (in order to be consistent with the rest of the MPI-3.0 lack of new C++ bindings). History and rationale is explained on the ticket. A colorized PDF is attached to the ticket.
> The "reading" is trivial -- it's simply the removal of the NBC C++ bindings. There's no other supporting text that needs to be modified.
> Jeff Squyres
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