|Aug 25, 2015|
|6 years 1 month ||Backporting dev commit 783
|Aug 19, 2015|
|6 years 2 months ||Bug fix for AsciiIO, which was producing corrupt pro-files after
|Aug 13, 2015|
|6 years 2 months ||porting stable commit 780 (precipitation sum and phase instead of
the ugly mess of commit 689 that introduced many bugs)
|6 years 2 months ||Merging dev commit 757 (unrealistic merging of elements)
|6 years 2 months ||Finally, a long awaited commit: this reverts commit 689 and does it
in a proper way. Mixed precipitation is now handled exactly like
regular precipitation, except that a new field has to be provided:
PSUM_PH that contains the precipitation phase (bet
|Aug 12, 2015|
|6 years 2 months ||Root uptake of liquid water becomes a sink term in the richards
equation when using richards equation for soil. It is the method
proposed in issue 471, but there is no safety mechanism in place
when transpiration exceeds available water in the soil.
|6 years 2 months ||Improving error message when richards equation doesn't converge,
including a few suggestions for how to resolve the issue.
|Aug 11, 2015|
|6 years 2 months ||I just thought of a very simple solution for issue 470. It may not
be the cleanest...
|Aug 7, 2015|
|6 years 2 months ||Reverting the wrong commits of Dataclasses. Watch out, sometimes
kdesvn commits files that have been specifically marked for NOT
|6 years 2 months ||Porting dev commit 773 and 774
|6 years 2 months ||Hacking the compiler warnings away for now. Note that care has to be
taken in redesigning the loops using size_t. But refactoring the
ReSolver1d.cc code is planned for the future anyway, to make it more
|6 years 2 months ||Dealing with a compiler warning.
|6 years 2 months ||ok, so it turned out that hnw could have a nodata-value... So this
commit deals with that. It also takes care for the possible use of
hnwl for liquid precipitation.
|6 years 2 months ||Merging dev commits 764, 767 and 770 (fixing warnings).
|6 years 2 months ||Fixed all the "printf" warnings. Most of the
"printf" have been replaced by streams (I'm not really in
love with those...) for consistency.
|6 years 2 months ||With the new adaptive time stepping approach, I threw the baby out
with the bathwater. The idea was not only to prevent a
non-converging temperature equation, or crazy temperatures, but also
the oscillations in TSS due to unstable atmospheric stratif
|6 years 2 months ||Bug fix for adaptive time stepping. Forgot to deal properly with
hnw, which messed up rain energy rates...
|Aug 6, 2015|
|6 years 2 months ||Fixed all the warnings in Solver.cc as well as some code cleanup (if
such a thing is possible there...)
|6 years 2 months ||Confirmed the rule again: commits always go wrong the first time...
Forgot a line of debug code.
|6 years 2 months ||An improved adaptive time stepping for the heat advection equation
(compTemperatureProfile), enabled by default. Now the time step is
reduced only when the solution doesn't converge, instead of when the
model thinks it *might potentially* not converg