[Users] Einstein Toolkit Meeting Reminder
rhaas at illinois.edu
Thu Nov 8 09:32:49 CST 2018
with trac allowing external accounts, you, Federica nad Nargess should
be able to create a ticket with the enhancement for inclusion in the
ET. Ideally your proposed patch would include a testsuite case (eg a
resolution reduced version of the parfile you used to verify this
against TOVSolver's results).
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though those are really geared towards bigger contributions like whole
thorns and not small additions to functionality.
> two collaborators of mine (Federico Cipolletta and Narges Shahamat, both
> in cc to this email) have modified Hydro_Analysis in order to compute also
> the rest mass. They are still cleaning the code, but maybe they can say a
> few words about what they did and discuss how to commit these changes to
> the Einstein Toolkit.
> Il giorno dom 4 nov 2018 alle ore 19:46 Roland Haas <rhaas at illinois.edu> ha
> > Hello all,
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