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  •  19 Jul 2012 13:27
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    Release Notes: The netcdf3 writing performance has been doubled by avoiding pre-filling of data. This release is able to handle conversion of data with the ROMS ocean models generalized S-coordinate. To simplify programming with the Fimex library, the DataPtr typedef was introduced and a IndexedData class for direct data access added. The program fiConfOverview.pl has been added to give a nice overview table of the many config files.

    •  05 Jul 2012 10:54
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      Release Notes: This release is able to read netcdf-files with 0-terminated strings. Felt files with different undefined levels per file can now be read. The undefined levels will appear as undefined values. Fimex is now tested to run on Ubuntu Precise, 12.04.

      •  11 May 2012 11:43
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        Release Notes: The build-process of Fimex has been improved. It is now possible to build with proj-4.8 and against netcdf-4.1.2 to 4.2 without the netcdf4 file-format and by using the nc-config script. GribWriter has been extended to be able to write latitude-longitude data for grib1 and select variables by name and standard_name. The earth radius for WRF model files has been fixed, and GribReader now handles optional parameters in the configuration file.

        •  11 Apr 2012 12:17
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          Release Notes: With this release, Fimex starts using the towgs84 Bursa Wolff parameters from the CF-trac proposal to describe the earth position. In addition, the earth figure from felt-files is now configurable, with a default being the one from the felt documentation, i.e. spherical earth with a 6371km radius.

          •  29 Mar 2012 15:09
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            Release Notes: This version adds preliminary support to read and interpret WRF (Weather Research & Forecasting) model data.

            •  27 Mar 2012 11:40
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              Release Notes: The template interpolation in fimex allows several coordinate systems as input. The performance and memory consumption when reading data with NcML has been improved. A new processor to de-accumulate fields, e.g. precipitation, has been added and the figure of the earth can now be forced on grib files. Bugs have been found and fixed for felt files when using colon-separated variable IDs, and the detection of surface parameters has been fine tuned. The default-fill values are now synchronized with netcdf, and the axes after vector interpolation are now in degree instead of radian.

              •  02 Mar 2012 18:48
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                Release Notes: The fimex-interpolation routines now allow a simple list of latitude/longitude pairs and will interpolate grids to that list. Numerical effect on the edge-points of the linear interpolation have been removed. A race condition in the timeInterpolator in a multi-threaded environment has been found and fixed. The axes of felt-files with lambert projection have been changed from km to m.

                •  20 Feb 2012 15:17
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                  Release Notes: Fimex is now able to read grib files with the ASIMOF extension as used by the HIRLAM consortium. It also allows you to write grib data without a specific time. When using forward or coordinate interpolation from latitude/longitude, it worked only if the latitude/longitude axes had the same size. This works now with any combinations.

                  •  07 Feb 2012 12:28
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                    Release Notes: Fimex is now able to read felt-files in lambert projection. The CDMReaders have been deprecated in favor of the CDMReaderFactory. The vector-interpolation routines have been rewritten to be able to use the gcc autovectorizer.

                    •  05 Jan 2012 09:56
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                      Release Notes: This release adds better support for grib reading and writing. grib data with several levels per parameter and several horizontal grid specifications are now supported. Interpolation now also accepts several horizontal grid specifications, and interpolation has achived a speedup of approximately 1.3 in most cases. Fimex is now also better parallelized, and the most time-consuming parts are explicitly thread-safe.

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