|Mar 18, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||The getMin(), getMax() and getMean() Array3D methods were not
working. This has been fixed. The Array2D::getMean() method has been
|Mar 19, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||The SMET specification has been changed and brought to version 1.1.
The units_multiplier and units_offset order has been changed: now,
the multiplier is applied FIRST and then the offset. This allows to
disable a SMET column by setting the mutiplier
|Mar 21, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||The Arrays now skip some unecessary tests in resize(). Since the
arguments are unsigned, there can not be any negative size! This
also now allows setting size to 0. A new "operator" has
been added to get the absolute value of an array. This unfortuna
|10 years 8 months ||Fix for issue 139: Buffering and large data gaps; If the resampling
cannot rely on any data points the old behavior was to return a
MeteoData object with both data and meta data set to
IOUtils::nodata. Now these points are simply skipped. Thus reques
|10 years 8 months ||First batch of fixes for issue 68 (variable names starting with
"_" invalid for some versions of Visual C++)
|Mar 22, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||Next round of fixes for issue 68 (variable names starting with
"_" under Visual C++). Hopefully, this issue should now be
|10 years 8 months ||A small bug has been fixed for code::blocks (dll_import should not
be set for code::blocks on Windows). All #ifdef WIN32 have been
replaced by #ifdef _WIN32 (which should be more standard).
Version numbers have been pushed to 2.0.1 in order to prep
|Mar 23, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||The Array::getAbs() and abs() methods were not offering nodata
handling, this has been fixed. A new getSum() method has been
implemented for arrays (with proper choice of nodata handling)
|10 years 8 months ||Some warnings found with Visual C++ 10 have been fixed (mostly about
|10 years 8 months ||Fixed some bad naming in DynamicLibrary, silenced an unnecessary
warning from Visual C++ (urging us to use non standard library
calls), fixed some DLL exports for Visual C++.
|10 years 8 months ||The CMakeLists has been adapted so that it properly supports various
Visual C++ options. Now, options are set per compiler and per
plateform (depending on the scope of the said option). Therefore,
choosing a target like "optimized" really produces co
|Mar 24, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||Commit SNIO version capable of reading and writing optional
parameters found in *.inp files. The use of a METAFILE is optional.
The varaibles stationID and stationname have been disentangled.
Reading: NUMBER_MEAS_TEMPERATURES, NUMBER_OF_SOLUTES, VW_D
|10 years 8 months ||The array getSum() was not the most appropriate method... It has
been replaced by a getCount(), which means that to really get the
sum, one has to do getMean()*getCount().
A new Coords::isNodata() method has been implemented as well as the
|Mar 25, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||The emissivity models have been cleaned up: they now take RH, TA,
etc but NOT the water vapor pressure (it is internally calculated).
Please, update your code!
A specific spatial interpolation algorithm has been introduced for
ILWR that relies on em
|Mar 29, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||The infamous 24:00 hour bug was not fully dead. Rounding errors (I
experienced a 3.5/100 seconds rounding error) made hour=24 possible.
Before computing values (day, hour, etc) the julian date is now
rounded to the closest minute (but such rounding i
|Mar 30, 2011|
|10 years 8 months ||changed stationname to stationID in readStationMetaData()
|Apr 13, 2011|
|10 years 7 months ||Another commit so that Visual C++ could compile without any tweaks...
|Apr 15, 2011|
|10 years 7 months ||The CMakeLists should be a little bit cleaner. But the Windows
installer still does not work (it does not find the dll files).
|Apr 16, 2011|
|10 years 7 months ||updated io.ini to latest changes by Fierz in ImisIO and SNIO
|Apr 20, 2011|
|10 years 7 months ||A bug has been found in the processing of the variance: we were
using a naive formula that is ill-fitted to signals showing small
variations around a large mean. This lead to catastrophic
cancellation and negative values... This has been replaced by