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@xdelaruelle xdelaruelle released this Mar 23, 2019 · 297 commits to master since this release

  • Add all the module dependency-related internal information to those saved prior a modulefile evaluation in order to correctly restore internal state in case modulefile evaluation fails.
  • Init: in shell initialization scripts, initialize MANPATH if not set with a value that preserves manpath system configuration even after addition of paths to this variable by modulefiles. (fix issue#224)
  • Enable to define an entire path entry to the MODULEPATH variable which corresponds to a variable reference only. (fix issue#223)
  • Cookbook: add the modulefiles-in-git recipe. (contribution from Scott Johnson)
  • When module switch commands are found in modulefiles, track switched-off modulefile as a conflict and switched-to modulefile as a requirement to apply same behaviors than for module load and module unload commands in modulefiles. If module switch has only one argument, do not define a conflict toward switched-off modulefile. CAUTION: it is not recommended to use module switch command in modulefiles. (fix issue#229)
  • When unloading a module, revert module switch commands found in modulefile: switched-on module is converted to a module unload, like for module load command. Nothing is done for switched-off module, like for module unload command. (fix issue#226)
  • For default element in a modulefile directory which is a module alias that points to a modulefile, when this modulefile is loaded, it receives as alternative names the eventual module aliases set on the distant directory holding the alias pointing to it. (fix issue#231)
  • When unloading a module that contains module load or module switch commands in its modulefile, select for unload the automatically loaded requirement module which has been loaded prior its dependent. (fix issue#232)
  • Doc: describe Emacs settings useful for adhering to coding conventions in CONTRIBUTING guide. (fix issue#233 with contribution from Ben Bowers)
  • When looking for a loaded or loading dependency requirement, select among the eventual multiple candidates the closest match to the dependent module.
  • During the unload of a module, if the unload of one of its dependent (by the Dependent Unload mechanism) fails, abort the whole unload process. Exception made if the force mode is enabled. In this case failing module stays loaded and the Dependent Unload mechanism continues with next module to unload.
  • During the unload of a module, if the unload of one of its useless requirements (by the Useless Requirement Unload mechanism) fails, keep the requirements of this failing module loaded. Such error is reported as a warning and it does not stop the whole unload process. (fix issue#240)
  • During the load or the unload of a module, if the unload of one of its dependent (by the Dependent Reload mechanism) fails, abort the whole unload or load process. Exception made if the force mode is enabled. In this case failing module stays loaded and Dependent Reload mechanism continues with next module to unload. This failing module is removed from the Dependent Reload list, so it will not take part of the load phrase of the mechanism. (fix issue#239)
  • During the load or the unload of a module, if the load of one of its dependent (by the Dependent Reload mechanism) fails, abort the whole unload or load process. Exception made if the force mode is enabled. In this case failing module stays loaded and Dependent Reload mechanism continues with next module to load. When the mechanism is applied during a switch command, force mode is enabled by default on the load phase. (fix issue#241)
  • When reloading all loaded modules with the reload sub-command, if one reloading module fails to unload or load, abort the whole reload process to preserve environment sanity. (fix issue#237)
  • During the unload of a module when the automated module handling mode is disabled and this module declares its requirements with the module load modulefile command. If the unload of one of its useless requirements (by the Useless Requirement Unload mechanism) fails, whole unload process is not aborted and continue with next module to unload. (fix issue#238)
  • Contrib: add mtreview utility script that analyzes test suite log file to compare actual and expected output of failed test. mt does not output the full test suite logs anymore but only the information produced by mtreview on failed tests.
  • Install: exclude Continuous Integration configurations from dist tarballs.
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