[Yt-dev] Enzo parameter file reading change
matthewturk at gmail.com
Sun Aug 21 04:34:44 PDT 2011
I pushed these changes this morning, along with changes to the domain
names in the files.
On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 2:08 PM, Matthew Turk <matthewturk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As discussed over on yt-users, people have requested that the
> parameter file reading be changed for Enzo, to scrape the entire
> parameter file.
> I've committed a change and pushed to *my* fork of yt on BitBucket.
> The change is shorter than this email.
> Please pull this revision and see if it works for your parameter
> files. It works for mine. If it works globally, I will push to the
> main repo. A test script is here:
> http://paste.enzotools.org/show/1751/ which will print out the
> conversion factors between the two. There are other items to check as
> well. This is potentially a HUGE change that might have errors, so I
> ask for your testing on it! If I get several testings, I will push,
> otherwise I will back it out.
> There are three things I wanted to bring up:
> 1) Enzo 3.0 will feature a much better configuration system, making
> most of this irrelevant.
> 2) I would like to move away from using the CurrentTimeIdentifer as a
> unique ID to using MetaDataDatasetUUID as that identifier. This will
> break existing pickles. I think the natural time to do this is at
> yt-3.0. [+-]?
> 3) With yt-3.0, I would like to remove the dict-like access to the
> parameter file we currently have, which currently queries *FOUR*
> dictionaries in order:
> I'd like to split this into at least parameters and units. [+-]?
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