Hi Janek, thanks for preparing release notes based on MR! Very appreciated! I will start to prepare a newer Yade release soon.
Best regards Anton Am Fr., 25. Dez. 2020 um 00:26 Uhr schrieb Janek Kozicki (yade) <jkozicki-y...@pg.edu.pl>: > > Hi Anton, > > the website https://pad.systemli.org/p/yade-2021-release-notes > has reset its content. I pasted there the merge requests from this year. > But also I paste them here. Of course please rearrange as you see fit :) > > I might have misplaced some merge request titles. Then please edit this list. > Especially I thought that we had more MPI related stufff happening. > > ============================================ > Short summary of 2021.01a release: > short title (Merge Request count) > > Documentation (41 MRs) > Bug fixes (36 MRs) > High precision RealHP<N> (31 MRs) > Small improvements (22 MRs) > Fluid & thermal & particle saturation (14 MRs) > Tests & checks (12 MRs) > OpenMPI calculations ( 8 MRs) > clang-format in the pipeline ( 7 MRs) > Packaging improvements ( 6 MRs) > GUI ( 3 MRs) > > > Documentation (41 MRs): > Update installation.rst (asan builds + stuff) > Add recent publications > point youtube's 'related videos' to the same channel > Update front page link to videos: tutorial-more-examples.html more up to > date. > Fix bug and documentation FlowEngine invVoidVolume wrapper > Fix recent build failures on master with latest docker bullseye image. > Small docs fix > Doc typo: missing norm in trial shear force > Doc Body.groupMask > User doc > Update high precision documentation > Miscellanea doc > Add example script for opengeomechanics paper > clarify thermalengine doc > Documentation makeCloud and makeClumpCloud > ViscoelasticPM doc update > Prog doc typo > ProgDocTypos > Formulation doc typo > improve cellDist doc > small addition to the doc to mention verletDist explicitely > Doc prog.rst update > FlowEngine.getCell doc > Doc update of VTKRecorder.fileName > ymport.textPolyhedra-doc > Prog doc typos and minor changes > Doc Law2_Polyhedra* > residualFrictionAngle in radians in JCFpmMat docstring > Sphinx doc broken link in Prog doc > O.forces.f doc > Two Docstrings > BaselineTypo > adding open geomechanics reference to doc and pubs > Add --stdperformance, --quickperformance explanation to documentation. > Polyhedra Ip2 doc > MaterialContainer doc typo > timing.runtimeDoc > Added Hicham Benniou PhD reference > Add references to article describing lubrication law > update publications > !463 alternative : Added article February 2020 Computational Particle > Mechanics > > Bug fixes (36 MRs): > fix #145 seed in makeCloud FIX makeCloud doesn't use "seed" > Fix pygts module import in python3.9 > Fix PyRunner. Now it can propagate errors upwards. > Fix #110 FIX Graph yade.plot.live matplotlib numpy update exception > Fix compilation with python3.9 > fix #157 FIX O.stopAtTime does not do anything useful > Fix #140 FIX ForceContainerParallel::sync() can count permanent forces > twice or more > Fix https://gitlab.com/yade-dev/docker-yade/issues/1 FIX yade-ci crashes > export.text2vtk - fixed a bug + refactoring > Fix #146 FIX "to-Python converter already registered" RuntimeWarning > Fix even more warnings, print only 'maybe-uninitialized' and '#warning' > (!270), faster compilation. (!273) 18 of 18 tasks completed > fix clang formating mistake, change remaining doubles to Real > fix tutorial script https://answers.launchpad.net/yade/+question/689537 > Fix printing Vectors by LOG macros. > Fix GCC-10 compilation #958006 > Fix_PBs_orientations > #153 fix FIX O.energy['nonViscDamp'] misses gravity forces > Skip url ping-pong for "getting help" page > fix yade crash, when closing 3D view via "X" window frame button, in Ubuntu > 20.04, fixes #164 FIX yade crash when closing the 3D view. > Fix close view crash > small mailmap fix and test cleanup > Little bit of work on #97 : lib/base/Math.hpp should be math only > Fix compilation against newer QT5. > Some small fixes for Sacha : Fix compilation with boost 1.65 and g++ 9.3 > combination > Fix denser grid in GLViewer. > clumpId type should be Body::id_t, not int. Add fixme note in Math.hpp > about issue #97 > Fix #162 - fix building master pipeline due to recent VTK upgrade in > OpenSuse 15. > Fix build on latest bullseye > Fix doc generation for newer sphinx. #955097 > Workaround MPFR boost bug on ubuntu focal > Enable OpenMP for MPFR > SpatialQuickSortCollider is nice, because it's only 70 lines long. But has > one bug. FIX groupMask treatment. > comment out buggy heat flux boundary condition for now > GCAL version 5.1.1 produces different results (again), but maybe the old > results are back? > Qt::MidButton is deprecated, use MiddleButton instead > Use boost::filter_iterator for BodyContainer instead of home-backed. #122 > > High precision RealHP<N> (31 MRs): > Finalize high precision Real - finished, really :) documentation + put > minieigen sources into Yade > Add check test for Runge Kutta Cash Karp 54 time integrator, error > tolerance 1e-147, 147 correct decimal places :) > checkGravity.py : reduce error tolerance from 1e-3 → 1e-10 > Use the minieigen ↔ yade.minieigenHP redirection when necessary. > Add High Precision to the gitlab CI pipeline > Ensure that VTK is compatibile with Real - Without Macros. > std::weibull_distribution can't understand Real type so use > boost::weibull_distribution > OpenGL Real compatibility > Lapack Compatibility with Real type. > Remove Real from global namespace. > Another step towards enabling high precision Real > Adapt checks and tests to high precision Real. > Add RealHP<N> : double, quadruple and more precisions. > Bit correctness: extra tests for RealHP<N> > Small HP cleanup: don't use std::to_string. > The last remaining double to Real changes (2/2) > The last remaining double to Real changes (1/2) > Remove #DEFINEs from MathFunctions.hpp > Remove unused variables uN, uT. > don't use operator++ for floating point type. > Replace std:: with math:: when invoking math functions. (6/4) - optional, > remove even more using std::min, std::max. > Replace std:: with math:: when invoking math functions. (2/4) > Replace std:: with math:: when invoking math functions. (3/4) > Replace std:: with math:: when invoking math functions. (4/4) > Replace std:: with math:: when invoking math functions. (5+6/4) - optional, > remove more using > Replace std:: with math:: when invoking math functions. (1/4) > put minieigen sources back into Yade > Remove a couple of non-math:: using directives. > If necessary use mpmath.linspace instead of numpy.linspace. (high precision > on python side) > Enable high precision CGAL > Avoid raw memory access for high precision types. > > Small improvements (22 MRs): > added utils.randomOrientation function > libVersions detects architecture. > Use std::ofstream in pkg/dem/PDFEngine.cpp instead of old C interface for > writing data files. > Use C++17 standard, remove Loki dependency. > Use vtkSmartPointer to handle memory release > small mailmap update. > Merge PotentialBlockVTKRecorder and PotentialBlockVTKRecorderTunnel engines > A better Wall-Polyhedra normal > Update warning message for deprecated GravityEngine > Clean shape: Add #ifdef YADE_FEM in core/Shape.hpp > Add seed value for periodic packings > improved O.stopAtTime > frictionAngle in radians for examples > exportPotentialBlocks > Removing Vector4r definition from Lin4NodeTetra > Add ymport.stl.shift > Add ymport.stl.scale parameter > change Shop::aabbExtrema from a Python tuple to a C++ pair. > Add seed parameter to MakeClumpCloud > Un-expose breakOccurred to avoid user confusion > remove remaining FOREACH loops on bodies > consistent use of 'et' in ViscoelasticPM (LP Answer 691009) > > Fluid & thermal & particle saturation (14 MRs): > Adding flux type boundary condition (thermalEngine) for Luc Scholtes and > Ahmed Mostafa > Protect from segfault after looping on erased particles in thermalengine > improving the particle sat field estimate, other small improvements > Partial sat clay patch > Partial sat update > add Ip2 functor for PartialSatMat > Add lubrication examples > add the packing used in thermalengine examples > add example scripts demonstrating ThermalEngine functionality > decouple mechanical and partialsat timesteps > Update conductionVerification.py > add fully coupled THM example, add citation to thermalengine publication > a more robust cmake when cgal or pfvflow are disabled and dependent > modules... > add PFV tools for getting cell velocity and volume > > Tests & checks (12 MRs): > Improve multithread debugging and logging. Add TRVARn(…), > LOG_TIMED_*(5seconds,msg) > Make sure gitlab CI pipeline shows all the output. > improve error checking > Print time spent on each of the --checks > Add VTKRecorder check. > Add vectorized compilation to the pipeline > checkPotentialVTKRecorders > make runtime of two checkScripts acceptable > Improve performance test, add it to the pipeline. > Add multi core check > add enum tests and fix .deb builds > Add 32bit architecture to the pipeline. > > OpenMPI calculations (8 MRs): > Correct and improve two methods in domaindecomposition.py > Mpy update > cleaner exit and spawn/despawn > MpiDoc rebased > One Py3-required LOG_TRACE, Making Py3 mandatory for MPI compilation. Fix > #144 Py2 (no-)support > fix thread-unsafe assignment of permForceSynced (fix #156, setPermF broken) > Temporarily disable insertionSortParallel() until #138 is solved. > fix parallel collision detection (fix #138) : FIX Out-of-bounds access in > insertionSortParallel > > clang-format in the pipeline (7 MRs): > clang-format ./pkg > clang-format ./py > clang-format ./lib > clang-format ./core > clang-format gui/qt5. Remove qt4. > Add clang-format test to the CI pipeline. > clang-format discussion. > > Packaging improvements (6 MRs): > Prepare 20.04 deb-packages > Add instructions for yadedaily Ubuntu 20.04 packages > Update scripts for uploading daily-packages > Fix deb packages > build deb also on master pipeline > Clean aptly DB after update > > GUI (3 MRs): > Draw grid label coordinates, allow custom change of grid density. > remove unaligned margins in GUI inspect. > Add enum support for GUI dropdown menus. > > === > Are the extra debian packages yade-long-double or yade-float128, maybe even > yade-mpfr150 > even possible? > > best regards > Janek > > Janek Kozicki (yade) said: (by the date of Sun, 6 Dec 2020 00:26:03 +0100) > > > Hi Anton, > > > > Do you think that you could also prepare yade-long-double or > > yade-float128, maybe even yade-mpfr150 packages? > > > > Better if all of them used ENABLE_MPFR, to avoid slow boost::cpp_bin_float. > > > > It would work great to protect (via dpkg tests caused by changes in > > other packages) our achievement of having working high precision in > > yade. We don't want this functionality to break at some later time. > > > > best regards > > Janek > > > > > > Anton Gladky said: (by the date of Mon, 16 Nov 2020 20:13:06 +0100) > > > > > Hello Jérôme, > > > > > > our goal is to get the newer Yade into the Debian Bullseye, because > > > it will be the default version for the next two years (till 2023). > > > > > > It would be good to upload Yade into the repository in January (till soft > > > freeze > > > on 2021-02-12). After that date any upload into the repository should be > > > coordinated with the Release team and is actually not for the new software > > > versions. > > > > > > If you are able to push your changes till the end of December and all > > > tests > > > are passing, I think it would be possible to accept it for the new > > > release. > > > > > > I am not a fan of a last-minute commit (especially on Friday afternoon > > > :) ) because it can break the stuff with a very limited time to fix it. > > > > > > Anyway, if you are not able to do it on time - there is still an > > > opportunity to release a minor version later. > > > > > > Please take time and test your code (including --test and --check scripts) > > > to prevent breakages and to provide Yade with new and reliable features. > > > > > > Best regards > > > > > > > > > Anton > > > > > > Am Fr., 13. Nov. 2020 um 11:23 Uhr schrieb Jerome Duriez > > > <jerome.dur...@inrae.fr>: > > > > > > > > > > > Dear all, > > > > > > > > Sorry for the inconvenience but is there any flexibility in that > > > > schedule ? > > > > > > > > I have been working on a new Shape child and I may get closer to the > > > > endpoint of my work in the form of a merge request. > > > > > > > > It now represents "32 files changed, 2193 insertions(+), 178 > > > > deletions(-)" since 2020.01(a ?) = commit 9964f5. > > > > > > > > > > > > In case there is some flexibility in the schedule and if I'm not the > > > > only one interested in that flexibility (MPI maybe ?..), maybe we could > > > > discuss inclusion of that Shape child in the new release ? > > > > > > > > If not, let it be, I would totally understand to miss that train. > > > > > > > > > > > > Jérôme > > > > > > > > ------ > > > > Chargé de Recherche / Research Associate > > > > INRAE, RECOVER > > > > 3275 route Cezanne – CS 40061 13182 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 5 FRANCE > > > > +33 (0)4 42 66 99 21 > > > > https://www6.paca.inrae.fr/recover/membres-du-laboratoire/pages-personnelles/jerome-duriez > > > > > > > > On 12/11/2020 22:18, Anton Gladky wrote: > > > > > Dear Yade users and developers, > > > > > > > > > > As always at the beginning of January I am planning to prepare > > > > > a release of a new Yade version. > > > > > > > > > > Please try to push your changes inyo the code at least till the mid > > > > > of December, so we will have enough time to test it on different > > > > > platforms during the Christmas period and release it on time. > > > > > Also please try not to push too much breaking changes at that > > > > > period.. > > > > > > > > > > The new Debian Bullseye release is scheduled already . So we > > > > > should not be too late to prepare a new Yade for the next stable > > > > > Debian version. > > > > > > > > > > Also it would be good to prepare short but meaningful release notes. > > > > > Current git-workflow has too many small log-messages, so it is > > > > > difficult to get meaningful information from there. Please use this > > > > > link to add some notes . > > > > > > > > > >  https://wiki.debian.org/DebianBullseye > > > > >  https://pad.systemli.org/p/yade-2021-release-notes > > > > > > > > > > Thank you > > > > > > > > > > Anton Gladky > -- > Janek Kozicki, PhD. DSc. Arch. Assoc. 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