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  1. Re: Writing my own standard-compatible file buffer

    Thank you for your input, Codeplug. Your idea of writing a new stream buffer right away is valuable.

    I do agree with you on your comments about using MPI- 2 functionalities for file I/O. I was...
  2. Re: Writing my own standard-compatible file buffer

    Thanks for your help.

    The most common use of my customized file stream will be: easy way of reading input parameters. Example:



    my_ifstream ifile("parameters.dat");
    bool useSomeLibary;...
  3. Re: Writing my own standard-compatible file buffer

    You are right; excuse me for being sloppy. So, here's a fully featured code which compiles and which does something: read an integer value from an ASCII file and print it. With Portland, there's no...
  4. Re: Writing my own standard-compatible file buffer

    I'm in working in a distributed-memory environment in which multiple threads are executed concurrently and communicate through a message-passing interface (MPI). The programming model is...
  5. Writing my own standard-compatible file buffer

    Hi,

    I am trying to implement a new type similar to std::ifstream which works in an MPI-parallel environment. My approach is to write a dedicated buffer which inherits from std::streambuf; then, I...
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