= 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 email@example.com * James Bordner firstname.lastname@example.org * Greg Bryan email@example.com * Renyue Cen firstname.lastname@example.org * Dave Collins email@example.com * Brian Crosby firstname.lastname@example.org * Nathan Goldbaum email@example.com * Oliver Hahn firstname.lastname@example.org * Robert Harkness email@example.com * Elizabeth Harper-Clark firstname.lastname@example.org * Cameron Hummels email@example.com * Ji-hoon Kim firstname.lastname@example.org * Daegene Koh email@example.com * Alexei Kritsuk firstname.lastname@example.org * Michael Kuhlen email@example.com * Eve Lee firstname.lastname@example.org * Yuan Li email@example.com * Michael Norman firstname.lastname@example.org * JS Oishi email@example.com * Brian O'Shea firstname.lastname@example.org * Pascal Paschos email@example.com * Carolyn Peruta firstname.lastname@example.org * Alex Razoumov email@example.com * Dan Reynolds firstname.lastname@example.org * Munier Salem email@example.com * Christine Simpson firstname.lastname@example.org * Samuel Skillman email@example.com * Stephen Skory firstname.lastname@example.org * Britton Smith email@example.com * Geoffrey So firstname.lastname@example.org * Elizabeth Tasker email@example.com * Matthew Turk firstname.lastname@example.org * Rick Wagner email@example.com * Peng Wang firstname.lastname@example.org * John Wise email@example.com * Hao Xu firstname.lastname@example.org * Fen Zhao email@example.com
111f1cd - Fixing field ordering for the MHD 3D tests.
1494b0f - Adding ngp_deposit_c, which was translated by hand without f2c.
0ea8158 - Merging
b4b118a - Fixing uninitialized values errors from Valgrind. Now all but a few seem to be
4e0e026 - Fixing mixed precision issues.
5c0b49c - Adding OpenMP config flag for Kraken-gnu make file.
27df924 - Fixing functionality that stops a simulation after a certain number of
4e2bd86 - Undid a change I had made in the Linux Makefile.
f2047d4 - Removed stdlib import from hydro_rk/Grid_MHDRK2_1stStep.C
a0e61c7 - Updating the photo-ionization field name in PhotonTest yt script.
5f20d61 - Merging from mainline and resolving a conflict.
1605f1d - This should now work for specifying which fields to use for refinement.
ffb3b0e - Adding quick note about referring to the method paper.
498d0cf - Add some docs to the source code, and setting the number of fields to 1 by default. If the user specifies additional fields, they will ...
08b1dec - Adding documentation for the second derivative refinement method.
8f44901 - Ensure that the default creation time is slightly before the
3c6352e - The creation time of the source wasn't defined and defaults to zero,
3050e47 - Fixing an RT bug where the SubgridMarker was not being calculated
66b1b76 - Fixed some more RT communication bugs that arose when load balancing