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Nov 17, 2017
6 days 3 hours My last commit was wrong for this file...
Commit 1497, by Mathias Bavay
6 days 4 hours After the introduction of the element ID in the profiles, the reference files had to be updated...
Commit 1496, by Mathias Bavay
Nov 8, 2017
15 days 3 hours When computing the stability with the Relative Threshold Approach, an invalid index was used (reading one element after the last). This has been corrected, but this means that the node ssi that is attributed to the top node is now its default stabili
Commit 1495, by Mathias Bavay
Nov 4, 2017
18 days 23 hours The previous fix for the gcc 6 & 7 compilation bug was not right... Here is a much better fix (the wrong template was being called)
Commit 1494, by Mathias Bavay
Oct 26, 2017
28 days 49 minutes A possibly ambiguous syntax prevented compiling on new version of gcc, it has been fixed. Otherwise, the header documentation in the pro files wa smissing for the new element ID field.
Commit 1493, by Mathias Bavay
Oct 23, 2017
30 days 22 hours First working version of the new Element's ID that should replace the tags (as parameter 0504 in the .pro files)
Commit 1492, by Mathias Bavay
Oct 22, 2017
1 month 1 day Silencing compilation warnings.
Commit 1491, by Nander Wever
1 month 1 day Added some more detailed comments of how height of meteo values is treated.
Commit 1490, by Nander Wever
Oct 10, 2017
1 month 12 days Making it possible to recycle a Canopy object so there is no need anymore to re-construct a Meteo object in the time loop of run_Snowpack()
Commit 1489, by Mathias Bavay
Oct 6, 2017
1 month 16 days In order to avoid run_SnowpackModel() to have to re-create several objects, a lot of class members in the said objects are now const. This should improve the run time. Several methods have been declared static/const when appropriate and several metho
Commit 1488, by Mathias Bavay
Oct 5, 2017
1 month 17 days The serializations have been rewritten to have more precise types (istream, ostream) and some missing members have been added. The new Elements tagging is moving forward... (slowly)
Commit 1487, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 28, 2017
1 month 26 days This is not a very nice commit (half-way through the new tagging system, so it has been commented out) but it is necessary since it fixes some very serious serialization bugs (for MPI operations)
Commit 1486, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 26, 2017
1 month 28 days Merged stable commits 1478 and 1481
Commit 1485, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 25, 2017
1 month 28 days Some cleanup after the previous commits
Commit 1484, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 14, 2017
2 months 9 days Added first draft of albedo test
Commit 1483, by Julien Kohler
2 months 9 days Fix warning during build for the implicit solver test
Commit 1482, by Julien Kohler
Sep 7, 2017
2 months 15 days When declaring CANOPY=true, if a sno file would contain a CanopyDirectThroughFall of 1 with CanopyHeight=0, it would trigger an exception. This is not the case anymore, now if the LeafAreaIndex or the CanopyHeight are zero, we simply skip the Canopy
Commit 1481, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 5, 2017
2 months 18 days A forgotten "+" sign resulted in too low albedo values when multiple time steps were collected for output at a lower resolution than the SNOWPACK time step.
Commit 1480, by Nander Wever
Sep 2, 2017
2 months 21 days After discovering inconsistencies in the Canopy output (header/units), this commit provides a change of the strategy to dump canopy data in the output. The header and units are written now by functions inside the Canopy class, as was already done for
Commit 1479, by Nander Wever
Sep 1, 2017
2 months 22 days An compiler option was not supported by some versions of gcc, it is now properly tested for the version number
Commit 1478, by Mathias Bavay

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