On Thu, 20 Jun 2019, Logan Kelly wrote:
flush did not seem to work inside an mpi block, but I will try again.
No, I'm pretty sure that won't work. "flush" is a GUI-specific thing,
but inside an MPI block it's actually the command-line program
gretlmpi that's doing the work. The output is collected and shown in a
GUI window only when the gretlmpi instances have terminated.
As things stand, I think you can view real-time MPI progress only by
running gretlmpi yourself (in a terminal/console). Maybe we can figure
out some clever means of grabbing and showing interim output but I
suspect it won't be trivial.