Hi everybody,

The build is broken:


That is unfortunate, thanks for notifying. I will fix it as soon as possible.

Janus, you added this code to benchmark.py:

 def update_args(runtime, options):
     args = {}
     if options.args != "":
         for arg in options.args.split(','):
             id, value = arg.split('=')
             args[id] = long(value)
         runtime.setArgs(args)
     return runtime
Yes I did.

What is that supposed to do?
It is supposed to be a way for providing arguments for runtimes, which are unique for a given runtime.

We don't have a setArgs method anywhere,
If you use the --args commandline argument then it is your responsibility that the runtime you use has a proper setArgs method.

and we don't use the Java-like CamelCase coding style anyway.
Right, I will change that, as soon as possible.

You're not trying to parse the command line, right? (we have optparse for that)
I believe that the commandline arguments should be general to all runtimes.

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