New features of jobQueue:

  • Determination of maximal number of cores supports IronRuby
  • The included shell parallelization script prun.rb uses this number
    as its default, so the specification of the number of threads is now
  • number of worker threads is now set with ‘-j’ option
  • added ‘-h’
  • blocks can now pushed to the jobQueue

dev:GitHub - Try2Code/jobQueue: Parallelize Ruby things and shell jobs on a defined number of threads
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