|Feb 11, 2019|
|1 year 6 months ||Specified the sign of two constants (compiler warning)
|1 year 6 months ||A wrong LCG multiplier/increment combination was found by Stefan
Kanthak (thanks!) where the cited performance was not valid for
increment!=0. Plus some consistency.
|1 year 6 months ||Fixed some warnings
|Feb 8, 2019|
|1 year 6 months ||The handling of CSV files in descending order was not that great:
when the file time span was bigger than the buffer, the earlier data
would never be returned. This has been fixed by identifying the
order just after reading the headers (by parsing t…
|Feb 7, 2019|
|1 year 6 months ||The spatial resampling examples were missing the [Input] section
keys, making it confusing for some users
|1 year 6 months ||When using "special" mode of operation (such as virtual
stations), it might be necessary to tweak the processing (for
example, changing the precipitation re-accumulation period to match
VSTATION_SAMPLING_RATE). This means that the Meteo!dInterpolati…
|1 year 6 months ||Fixed a few doxygen warnings in ZRXP and a major bug in MeteoBuffer:
when requesting the data start / end, the first station was always
|1 year 6 months ||In NetCDF, the UREF / ZREF and DEFAULT_SLOPE / DEFAULT_AZI
parameters are now read from the [Output] section. The stations'
names are now truncated if they are too long.
The Time and Suppr filters could not be used with the exclude / only
|Feb 6, 2019|
|1 year 6 months ||Updating old plugin developer guide
|1 year 6 months ||Introducing simple output-only plugin for WISKI databases
|Feb 5, 2019|
|1 year 6 months ||Added a check on cellsize to catch lat/lon grids provided as ARC
|1 year 6 months ||Fixed a wrong comparison, when checking that all the stations to be
written in a NetCDF file have all the parameters
|1 year 6 months ||The possibility to extract from a CSV filename or header multiple
times the ID or name (and append them to build the final one) had
messed up with the priority of the CSV_ID / NAME keys.
|Feb 4, 2019|
|1 year 6 months ||pythonWrapper: small adjustment in MeteoData-class to avoid wrapping
|1 year 6 months ||When writing multiple stations at once but in different files (in
the CROCUS schema), there was a bug (relying on a wrong index)
|1 year 6 months ||
|1 year 6 months ||Correction for math defines (for VC++ on windows).
|1 year 6 months ||Now the find works as wished... The local version has priority, if
not found it will try to find a MeteoIO folder and look for the
library into it.
|1 year 6 months ||On VC++ too, there is the problem of math defines not being always
visible... (like for gcc on Windows)
|1 year 6 months ||The FindMeteoIO macro can now also be used from the examples