Release Notes: This release fixes some critical bugs in prior versions. One of the most noteworthy fixes is the elimination of a memory leak in the viewer which could eventually crash the X server. In addition, several client/server, database reader, and Python-related bugs have been fixed. This release also features a self-contained Python-based launch script which is easier to customize. Support for parallel VisIt on MacOS X has been reinstated by building against MPICH, which gets installed into the VisIt application bundle.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release to resolve issues in several areas. Problems saving transparent geometry on Windows have been solved. Various Libsim bugs have been fixed, and support has been added for variables defined on material subregions of the mesh. Curve data support has been improved by adding an export option and fixing compositing problems which plagued image saving in parallel. Bugs affecting Python have been fixed. The VisIt module can once again be imported into Python, and command recording now works in that mode. Interacting with plots no longer results in VisIt showing blank windows.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release for version 2.5.0. Several enhancements have been made for Windows, including better SSH connectivity, metadata identifying VisIt programs, and PySide support. Multiple bugs related to AMR meshes have been fixed. The CGNS, ANSYS, and CRASH readers have been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds many enhancements and bugfixes. It provides better support for double precision data. Windows distributions can now connect to parallel Windows clusters. Missing data values are now supported. Many improvements have been made to the Streamline plot, including support for pathlines. The Python module includes many new functions and a new visit_utils module. Selections have been enhanced so they offer multiple ways to index cells in a mesh. Several readers (including NETCDF, GMV, MFIX, CGND, and Mili) have been upgraded. Additional color tables are now installed.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release which resolves issues in several areas. VisIt can now build without Mesa, enabling broader support for Ubuntu. VisIt's rendering performance has been improved, making version 2.4.2 at least as fast as versions prior to VisIt 2.4.0. Text annotations have been fixed so they are no longer truncated. A number of improvements have been made to the handling of variables restricted to specific materials. Material selection now works correctly with AMR data sets when changing time steps. Errors have been corrected in the GMV, Nek5000, and Wavefront OBJ plugins.
Release Notes: This version contains many enhancements and bugfixes. It was upgraded to VTK 5.8.0. Windows distributions now contain a parallel compute engine based on MSMPI. Cumulative query selections were enhanced so they can cache intermediate results obtained from executing filters over time. Queries provide a more uniform interface in the Python interface. 2D multi-resolution rendering capability was added for 2D AMR data. The Streamline plot now works with AMR data. Libsim now allows mesh-sized ghost zone arrays to be used.
Release Notes: This version is primarily a bugfix release and resolves outstanding issues in several areas. Errors in the Volume plot and Streamline plot were fixed, as were errors in the Threshold and IndexSelect operators. Other fixes were made to Libsim and various reader plug-ins.
Release Notes: This release includes several enhancements and bugfixes. Selections have been enhanced to support cumulative queries, which are time-aware selections that use multiple variables and histograms to reduce data. Pick over time now supports multiple variables. VisIt can now start a remote compute engine through a gateway machine. Libsim was enhanced to have SWIG-generated Python bindings, support for dynamic user interfaces, and improved startup functions. Several database reader plug-ins were improved, including the Cale, GMV, Velodyne, Nek5000, and Xdmf readers.
Release Notes: This version is primarily a bugfix release and resolves outstanding issues in several VisIt database readers, including ParaDIS, Miranda, and EnSight.
Release Notes: This release includes several enhancements and bugfixes. VisIt's simulation instrumentation library was ported to the Windows platform. Lineout can now be used directly on plots to extract data from a higher dimensional plot. The Streamline plot was enhanced to support caching of intermediate results, accelerating its performance. The Streamline plot was made easier to use and extended to generate pathlines. A new operator was added to remove the cracks that form at AMR patch boundaries during isocontouring.