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  •  14 Feb 2011 15:27
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    Release Notes: The recent 0.26 release failed in detecting netcdf-support through NcML files. This version enables that support again.

    •  11 Feb 2011 19:26
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      Release Notes: This release can read data from the weather and water database WDB. This WDB-reader is currently preview (alpha) and will be improved in the future. The memory consumption of both the server and client of OpENDAP can now be largely reduced by setting the unlimited dimension in the ncml configuration. The build system has been improved for the boost libraries and will now work with stricter and newer linkers as those in Ubuntu 10.10. In addition, a build bug preventing writing of netcdf4 files has been removed.

      •  13 Dec 2010 12:56
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        Release Notes: This version is a backport of fimex to gcc versions smaller than 4.0. In addition, the build-structure has been upgraded to autmake-1.11.

        •  19 Nov 2010 12:10
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          Release Notes: Fimex is now fully functional as an OpenDAP client. For this, the overall memory consumption has been reduced, in particular for huge virtually aggregated datasets. It is now also possible to extract data using latitude/longitude bounding-boxes, absolute time and vertical axes by values, rather than by positions on the dimension axis. In addition, some edge-cases, i.e. fetching of 0-size data, have been fixed and Fimex has been back-ported to support boost 1.32. The support for Lambert Conformal Conic projection has been improved with the addition of one or two standard parallels.

          •  13 Sep 2010 14:56
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            Release Notes: Grib support in Fimex has been improved, and is now a first-class plugin and always included in the Debian packages. The time handling allows for a special weather forecast reference time, given access to the time when the weather forecast in addition to the time the forecast is valid. Fimex is now using the Gauss-Schreiber approximation as the default for the Mercator-projection, giving errors below one meter even when far outside a UTM zone of 6degree.

            •  15 Jul 2010 14:17
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              Release Notes: This release adds the ability to convert data to axes with negative axes-steps. In addition, startup-performance has been improved by suppressing re-reads of the unit-database.

              •  10 Jun 2010 12:43
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                Release Notes: Spatial re-projections in Fimex have been extended for the transverse mercator and UTM projection. It is now simpler to use standard ellipsoids by their names (e.g. WGS84, NAD83) instead of their axes. Some bugs have been detected and patched in the reader for felt-files and the rotated latitude longitude projection.

                •  07 May 2010 14:13
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                  Release Notes: This release concentrated on Fimex as an IO-Layer library. Therefore, Fimex now contains abstract Coordinate-Systems and Projections, which can be automatically fed from the data-files. Fimex can now read data-slices from any dimension using a SliceBuilder and is therefore no longer restricted to data-streaming. This work lead also to some minor features as support for units different from meter for axes, the addition of the Mercator projection and a clean-up of the build-system.

                  •  09 Mar 2010 10:15
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                    Release Notes: Fimex has now been ported to Windows and Visual C++. In addition, several minor bugs have been fixed, among others, the interpretation of the lambert conformal projection.

                    •  18 Dec 2009 12:16
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                      Release Notes: This release adds a new script, fiGribCut, which enables it to compress, extract parameters, and extract geographical bounding regions from a stream or file of grib messages. The code basis has been improved by enabling more compile warnings and more tests. With this, a bug in time interpolation has been solved. To simplify deployment, this release comes bundled with control files for easy building of Debian/Ubuntu packages.

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