|Apr 13, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||Improved detection of Snowpack that also work properly on WinXP
|Apr 9, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||The check for invalid temperatures was based on arbitrary (and
fixed) values. This was inconsistent with the definition of t_crazy
(min and max). So now the check is performed with t_crazy instead.
This has been used this way for a few months through
|4 years 5 months ||The documentation has been improved by removing deprecated links,
adding a mention of SnopViz, documenting some undocumented
parameters, etc Improved error messages are generated when reading
sno files.the FindLibsnowpack now handles the new Windows
|4 years 5 months ||Better link in the start menu and using the improved MeteoIO
|Apr 7, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||Since developing with Snowpack usually starts by getting the current
source code, there is no need to distribute the dev libraries in the
standard package, so this has been removed (and makes the Windows
package much smaller). Same reasoning for the
|Apr 2, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||Small improvements to make it nicer on Windows: return EXIT_FAILURE
instead of exit(1) when catching exceptions (to avoid the MS
"program crashed" kind of screen), no versioning on the
installation directory but versionning in the name appearing in
|Mar 11, 2015|
|4 years 6 months ||Running-Snowpack, Mention write permissions issue|
|Mar 6, 2015|
|4 years 6 months ||Small documentation improvements
|Feb 16, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||Fixing two mass fluxes errors: an inappropriate bug fix (this had to
be in Alpine3D, not in Snowpack where it was conflicting with a
initialization done in the Main) and a proper initialization of mass
fluxes to zero when creating an object (so Alpin
|Feb 12, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||Changing some not-so-clear variable names
|Feb 11, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||After some rightful complaints from Nander, removing some files that
stayed behind when merging the new structure from snowpack-stable.
|Feb 10, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||This seems to be a sufficient fix for occasional "temperature
above melting point" warnings. The commit also bounds the nodal
temperatures in alpine3d simulations.
|4 years 7 months ||For Alpine3D, the out of bound temperatures are now only a warning
and the element temperature gets reset to (hopefully) meaningful
values. For Snowpack, this remains an exception.
|Feb 9, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||re-organizing the albedo (parametrized vs measured) code
|4 years 7 months ||Solving a serious albedo bug, because a canopy modification was
assumed without testing if we actually are in a canopy! Simulations
with modelled albedo since commit 689 were all done the wrong way.
|Feb 4, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||Solving a bug where SNOWPACK is not always correctly identifying ice
layers from the marker when determining snow type.
|Feb 3, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||More documentation updates (mostly about file formats)
|Jan 30, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||Trying to build a better structured and user friendly
documentation... (we are not there yet!)
|4 years 7 months ||Methods have been added to average (actually, to multiply by any
factor) the fluxes in SurfaceFluxes and CanopyData. A warning has
been fixed in CaamlIO and whitespaces in SnowpackIO.
|Jan 28, 2015|
|4 years 7 months ||Fixing a typo inAsciiIO, fixing some bugs in CaaMLIO (it should not
crash when writing an empty profile!).