|May 26, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||Initialization
|11 years 10 months ||Committing the code coming from Alpine3D version 651. It should be
exactly the identical.
|11 years 10 months ||The whole library has been given its new name and several classes
have been renamed in order to better match their purpose. The
Makefile has been modified accordingly.
|11 years 10 months ||The new class for IMIS connectivity (Oracle database) has been added
and the Makefile altered in order to allow compiling it. This is
disabled by default because it still does not work within MeteoIO.
The goal of this commit is simply that others can
|11 years 10 months ||The documentation can now be built from the Makefile (that also
contains a help section). By default, the BOSCUNG and IMIS plugins
The necessary skeleton has been added to Meteo2DInterpolator and
libinterpol2D so that the wind interpol
|May 27, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||The Makefile has been adjusted in order to allow compiling
libImisIO, as well as some cleanup.
Namespaces are now used (namespace IOUtils) so that only 1 nodata is
defined and used. A few new fields have been added to Meteodata
(namely, hs and rswr)
|11 years 10 months ||Added Laws.c that was missing. Some temporary fixes in order to make
Laws.c and Laws.h be self-sufficients have been made... A LONG TERM
SOLUTIONS IS NEEDED!!
Some more dirty hacks in MeteoIO.h
The spatial interpolations have been added to meteoio_
|11 years 10 months ||The Makefile has been rewritten in order to compile ImisIO with a
decently recent Oracle OCCI lib (ie: at least version 11 that is
linked with libstdc++.6). It now compiles correctly and links
correctly (without the hacks needed to link with older ve
|May 28, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||Nothing special, just some re-indentation in order to make the code
lines clear and easy to run and understand.
|11 years 10 months ||The Makefile has been reorganized in order to match more closely the
one Alpine3D. It now also offers a default target with sensible
settings (ie: safe enough). The config file for doxygen was missing,
it has been added.
A missing indent in Boschung
|11 years 10 months ||The flags BOSCHUNGIO and IMISIO were missing, so they have been
added back. Oracle is now much better managed, using ORACLE_HOME
environnment variable to know where to find what it is looking for
(but what a pitty, the full version and the instant_cl
|May 29, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||Very small tweaks: code annotation in IOHandler, missing argument
for the compile line of the demo code and a convenience flag added
when compiling the ImisIO plugin (so that the Oracle path is the
default path in the .so, making the use of a proper
|Jun 3, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||Adapt the new meteoio lib. It compiles with POPC now
|11 years 10 months ||Cleanup in marshalling functions
|Jun 9, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||In ImisIO : resampling is now called as for A3DIO or Boschung. The
Meteobuffer is now correctly used (with rebuffering when necessary).
Only the requested date is now returned by readMeteo. Remaining bug:
stations whose name contain non-alphanumeric
|11 years 10 months ||A fully specialized template for convertString has been added for
dealing with reading strings (that can be empty and this should be
considered valid). The proper template is therefore now called by
ImisIO to parse the string returned by Oracle (that
|11 years 10 months ||The libraries' names are now all lower case (in order to be
consistent with common usage). the Date_IO methods don't repeat
"_IO" in their names in order to keep methods naming
consistent. The code in messages have been capitalized (like
"[E]" for an
|Jun 10, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||Adding/Modifying new columns in MeteoData (dw, tss and ts0=tsg).
Readjustment of the code in ImisIO, Boschung, A3DIO,
Meteo1DResampler and FilterValue.
|Jun 11, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||The same Laws.c as in Snowpack has been brought into MeteoIO and the
necessary changes have been made.
|Jun 12, 2009|
|11 years 10 months ||Bugs with the handling of latitude/longitudes for stations in ImisIO
have been corrected.
A new directory appears, in order to contain useful tools designed
to use MeteoIO for making the data preparer's life easier... A first
tool has been implemen