Time line for Project 9019

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Time line for Project 9019

Postby Clive » Wed Aug 09, 2017 6:35 pm

Hi:

Is there a time frame as to when project 9019 will be nearing completion? Unlike the BONIC projects on the World Community Grid, the projects on Folding@home lack estimated completion dates.

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Re: Time line for Project 9019

Postby Glennmas » Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:19 pm

I personally like world community grid a lot because you can see the progress of a project
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Re: Time line for Project 9019

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Re: Time line for Project 9019

Postby bruce » Sat Aug 19, 2017 2:29 am

Google has announced that they'll be dropping support for NaCl in a upcoming release. At the present time, FAH is not planning on migrating the client to whatever will replace NaCl so P9019 will be ending when the client is no longer supported by Google.
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Re: Time line for Project 9019

Postby ProDigit » Wed Dec 19, 2018 12:43 am

dah, time to get it working on Chromium then!
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Re: Time line for Project 9019

Postby Joe_H » Wed Dec 19, 2018 6:45 am

Bruce may be overstating what has been announced by Google. What they actually announced last year was discontinuing pNaCl, the portable framework for running NaCl code. So far I have not seen any announcement for an end to support for NaCl.

pNaCl did allow for compiling code to an intermediate .pexe file that would be translated in Chrome to native machine code for the platform it was running on. The NaCl implementation currently being used by the NaCl client for Chrome uses executables compiled for each hardware platform. In the case of the folding client it was only complied for x86 hardware.
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