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Revisions №60041

branch: master 「№60041」
Commited by: Vikram K. Mulligan
GitHub commit link: 「2c0dc744fb56459d」 「№2934」
Difference from previous tested commit:  code diff
Commit date: 2018-02-12 21:02:56

Merge pull request #2934 from RosettaCommons/vmullig/disable_jd2 Adding a means for non-JD2 apps and protocols to avoid instantiating a JD2 JobDistributor I noticed that the `simple_cycpep_predict` application, which uses its own job distributor that is not related to JD2 or JD3, was unnecessarily instantiating the JD2 job distributor (which was creating some problems in special cases -- large nstruct, for example). I traced this to the `ParsedProtocol` that I instantiate inside of `SimpleCycpepPredictApplication`, which invokes `protocol::jd2::jd2_used()` at several points, which determines whether JD2 is used by instantiating a JD2 job distributor and interrogating it. To address this, this pull request adds an option to the `ParsedProtocol` constructor to disable JD2 access. This option is false by default, so that normal `ParsedProtocol` behaviour is unaffected except when JD2 access is explicitly disabled. EDIT: At Rocco's suggestion, I abandoned the original approach and added a means of checking whether JD2's JobDistributor has already been instantiated, called in `jd2_used()`.