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  •  02 Dec 2011 08:36
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    Release Notes: This release has a shared-connection pool for better scalability when accessing many model results from a single wdb instance. In addition, the NcML reader in Fimex now supports an extension to identify variables that are part of a spatial vector. Thus, vector reprojections are now possible for all supported input sources, not just felt or grib files. Crashes of fimex in template-based reprojections have been fixed, and it is again possible to write character data to netcdf files. The unit tests of Fimex have been backported to work again under Boost 1.34.

    •  21 Nov 2011 13:02
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      Release Notes: Fimex has been backported to compile with netcdf 3.6. In addition, fimex is again independent from netcdf and can be built without that library.

      •  17 Nov 2011 13:17
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        Release Notes: All versions of Fimes <= 0.33.1 rotated vectors like wind in the wrong direction when using spatial reprojection and interpolation. Reprojection of all grids to latitude_longitude or rotated_latitude_longitude projection crashed in Fimex 0.33; this has been fixed again. Support for unsigned datatypes has been further improved, and fimex 0.33.1 compiles with boost::filesystem >= 1.44. The signature of the Data::asConstType() methods is wrong. Since this method can be replaced by Data::asType(), the asConstType() methods have been deprecated.

        •  03 Nov 2011 16:01
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          Release Notes: Fimex is now able to read felt-files with eps-data. It is now also possible to interpolate data to a list of latitude-longitude values given in a netcdf-template. The deprecated netcdf-c++ library is no longer used, and the new netcdf-4 unsigned and 64bit integer datatypes are supported. The omega vertical pressure stress parameter can now be converted to vertical wind. For better usage as a library, all Fimex configurations can be given from memory, in addition to the file-based interface. grib-writer has been slightly improved, but is still in beta stage.

          •  22 Sep 2011 14:34
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            Release Notes: Fimex now uses the newest version of the MetGM/STANAG6022 library, which allows lower memory consumption due to data slicing. The performance of the writer has been improved, too. The felt reader now supports files with continuous data layout and with scan mode upside down. Unless otherwise specified, Fimex now uses a WGS84 ellipsoid for all felt data and a WGS84 reference point for all data, improving accuracy of data placements to less than 100m. When using the qualityExtractor, it is now possible to set your own fillValue for unqualified data.

            •  29 Aug 2011 12:37
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              Release Notes: During interpolations, fimex generates new axes. The data-types of the new axes are now configurable and use the formerly fixed double-type as default. The ncml-output with the --reader.printNcML output is now nicely indented and has the official NcML root element. In addition, the printNcML option now allows an output file as an argument. A typographic error disabling all global attributes from wdb-data has been fixed. Error-messages of the MetGM/STANAG reader and writer have been improved, and the format is now ready for production use.

              •  24 Aug 2011 07:28
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                Release Notes: This version now has built-in support for vertical interpolation. Vertical interpolation can interpolate to pressure levels and to height above ground from most vertical levels known to CF-1.4. It is also possible to do simple vertical data transformations like theta to temperature or adding of a 4d pressure variable. The support for reading and writing STANAG 6022/MetGM files has been largely improved and is now in a pre-production state. The wdb-reader now has support for XML configuration files as used in the wdb-netcdf-java package.

                •  16 Jun 2011 15:35
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                  Release Notes: The fimex interface to the weather database WDB has been largely refactored. Fimex has a new (beta) interface to access data in the STANAG 6022 format (MetGM). To better access weather forecast data, fimex is now able to interprete data in the Forecast Model Run Collection (FMRC) convention. The grib reader can access data in mercator and lambert conformal conic projections. The netcdf reader ignores undefined units rather than throwing an exception. The build process has been improved and can even be installed on AIX. Some minor memory leaks have been found and were fixed.

                  •  09 May 2011 15:25
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                    Release Notes: This release improves the NcML support by allowing the creation of dimensions and variables, adding values and allowing filenames. The CDMFileReaderFactory has been improved to make fimex easier usable as a library. The grib2 reader is now used operationally for the first time. The CDMInterpolator has been refactored to use the coordinate systems, and a fill2d routine has been added to help adding smooth values where data is undefined. The wdb reader has been largely rewritten and should now be easier to test. Many smaller bugs have been fixed.

                    •  22 Mar 2011 12:36
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                      Release Notes: This release now supports all projections as defined in the NetCDF Climate and Forecast Metadata Convention CF 1.4, and the projections now support the +R earth-radius parameter. In addition, the overall exception-handling has been improved, and the netcdf datatypes are preserved. Fimex now uses udunits2 directly and no longer depends on the udunits1 wrapper. The felt-reader in fimex is now able to read purely time-independent felt-files. The grib-reader now works with more versions of the grib_api by using version independent paramters.

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