= ENZO = ENZO IS AN OPEN SOURCE CODE. We encourage you to take it, inspect it, use it, and contribute back any changes you have made. We strive to make the the Enzo community a community of *developers*. == RESOURCES == Enzo's main webpage is: * http://enzo-project.org Enzo is developed in the open on bitbucket.org: * Stable Version: https://bitbucket.org/enzo/enzo-stable * Development Version: https://bitbucket.org/enzo/enzo-dev Documentation, including instructions for compilation, can be found at: * http://enzo-project.org/docs/2.2/ Please subscribe to the Enzo Users' mailing list at: * https://mailman.ucsd.edu/mailman/listinfo/enzo-users-l You can also follow the Enzo Project on google+ at: * https://plus.google.com/115923030596894217717 If you have received this source code through an archive, rather than the mercurial version control system, we highly encourage you to upgrade to the version controlled source, as no support can be provided for archived ("tarball") sources. == DEVELOPERS == Many people have contributed to the development of Enzo -- here's just a short list of the people who have recently contributed, in alphabetical order: * Tom Abel firstname.lastname@example.org * James Bordner email@example.com * Greg Bryan firstname.lastname@example.org * Renyue Cen email@example.com * Dave Collins firstname.lastname@example.org * Brian Crosby email@example.com * Nathan Goldbaum firstname.lastname@example.org * Oliver Hahn email@example.com * Robert Harkness firstname.lastname@example.org * Elizabeth Harper-Clark email@example.com * Cameron Hummels firstname.lastname@example.org * Ji-hoon Kim email@example.com * Daegene Koh firstname.lastname@example.org * Alexei Kritsuk email@example.com * Michael Kuhlen firstname.lastname@example.org * Eve Lee email@example.com * Yuan Li firstname.lastname@example.org * Michael Norman email@example.com * JS Oishi firstname.lastname@example.org * Brian O'Shea email@example.com * Pascal Paschos firstname.lastname@example.org * Carolyn Peruta email@example.com * Alex Razoumov firstname.lastname@example.org * Dan Reynolds email@example.com * Munier Salem firstname.lastname@example.org * Christine Simpson email@example.com * Samuel Skillman firstname.lastname@example.org * Stephen Skory email@example.com * Britton Smith firstname.lastname@example.org * Geoffrey So email@example.com * Elizabeth Tasker firstname.lastname@example.org * Matthew Turk email@example.com * Rick Wagner firstname.lastname@example.org * Peng Wang email@example.com * John Wise firstname.lastname@example.org * Hao Xu email@example.com * Fen Zhao firstname.lastname@example.org
b4fb22e - Fixing bug in KHInitializer which caused problems in ramped ICs when a non-unitary difference in Velocities or Densities was used.
858036b - Making KH perturbation amplitude more reasonable.
14b91ec - Updating docs for KH problem.
1cbc19a - Merging.
75e0662 - Modifying KH ICs to use convention of BaryonField[TENum]. Removing reference to level in Grid_KHInitializeGridRamp.
13c552d - Adding option to add lower limit to timestep of dx/c.
1826c4e - Changing how an attributed is initialized to avoid a memory leak.
ae43cb4 - Fixing some mismatched deletes.
a870043 - Fixing memory leak.
9f08e5d - Added a minimum level for which to do the dynamic hierarchy rebuild.
ddaf458 - Changed dynamic hierarchy rebuilding to use a time instead of a number of cycles to go without rebuilding. Changed Grid_ComputeConductionTimeStep to return the timestep instead ...
7e4b29c - Removing function prototype from grid.h.
12deb15 - Simplifying the adaptive rebuild hierarchy machinery and making it actually work.
4598ac0 - Adding dynamic rebuild hierarchy cycle skipping for conduction timestepping.