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This version adds a much more stable local mode, a dramatic refactoring of the code into a modular structure, and a large number of bugfixes.
It is already quite stable, but there are a few outstanding issues to be addressed.
This release consists of numerous small bug fixes and stability improvements, plus the addition of the ability to specify the executable used for slurm/torque in the config file.
All scripts that used to be in bin/ have been moved into a single
entry-point script called
fyrd and are managed as subcommands instead
of as separate scripts.
The scripts in bin/ have thus all been converted to shell scripts that
are simple aliases of the relevant fyrd subcommands.
I made a logo of a Saxon shield of the kind used in fyrds and
superimposed a cluster tree.
In addition, I have completely overhauled the documentation and added
the logo. The documentation now builds sensibly as html and pdf, with
the new icon nicely presented in both.
To make script outputs easier to read, I now use the tabulate library,
which I have added as a new dependency.
This version changes the way outputs are retrieved from jobs.
Job.get() would return
(exitcode, stdout, stderr), now it just returns the output, which is either the function return value, or the contents of
STDOUT All other variables (
.exitcode) are saved and the temp files cleaned up by default after
The one potential downside is that very large return values get loaded into memory by default. That can be avoided by using
- Make file cleanup the default
get()return either function return value or
.exitcodehandling more robust and less error prone.
- Add link from
- Alter test suite to work with new output API.
- Add script to make multiple virtualenv testing easier
This release fixes a number of bugs with job running on SLURM.
The code is now stable on all platforms with python 2.7.10+ to the best of my knowledge.
This new version brings a new name: Fryd (the Anglo-Saxon word for 'army'), and moves the documentation to Read the Docs