micael at teor.fis.uc.pt
Tue Sep 6 16:19:02 WEST 2011
> Excellent, I remain impressed. I definitely didn't have more fun here
> examining (last ones are tomorrow). I will then have a look at the
> parsers which are implemented, and see if I can finish an extra one (a
> lot of the abinit ones are similar) - and I will use trac...
Right now no parser is working. The problem is that it took us a lot of
time to get the "set" methods working properly...
> My version also does not compile due to 'pspio_nlcc_t' undeclared
The current trunk version is not compiling because of read_upf. As for
pspio_nlcc_t, it has been replaced by pspio_xc_t, so you need to change
> We should also get a set of atomic tests (this may already be in the
> works - ??) with a main routine for tests somewhere.
There are already several tests (see the test_*.c files). I should be
simple to add new tests to the existing ones, or to add new files with
> On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 16:28, Yann Pouillon<yann.pouillon at ehu.es> wrote:
>> In passing: r236 was compiling, but r238 doesn't anymore.
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