As it was announced here, the new Input/Output interface has been merged into the master branch, and it is ready to work.
In an user point of view several advantages could be considered:
- More intuitive XML input.
- XML backup saved in all the printed frame (so the simulation can be continued).
- Per fluid output files.
But the main benefits are for the developers due to now several base classes may be used and new readers/writers could be easily registered.
Anyway some work must be done, like moving the reports stuff which still be inside the server.
A new input/output interface is coming… Following it’s features:
- An easy way to implement new loaders/savers
- Improved XML input
- Capability to save the XML case definition (which allows to continue the simulation from the last saved file)
- H5Part cleared
- Improved the post-processing with Paraview (including tools to fix the errors with the locale options)
Actually it is in development in the input_output branch, but hopefully it will be merged soon
Piwigo is not just an incredible good gallery but it is extensible with plugins.
So just using the great HTML5 video reproductor extension you can easily include videos on the gallery:
Nuclear reactor earthquake simulation
The web page has been slightly improved introducing a downloads section.
To do it a PHP based templates system has been introduced!
Instead of using a home made math expressions evaluator I moved to the GNU library libmatheval. This change imply more robustness and less maintenance.
Now I can improve the input-output layer (which needs a simple layer to create savers/loaders)
The code style modification has been completed (for sure style violations can be found, but at least it is not a complete disaster).
So I will consider it as the initial release, and start branching the work!
Let’s start the AQUAgpusph web project!
For the moment just a tiny web page index and an empty gallery has been generated using Piwigo.
I must create a wiki page and a forum as well.