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Fix problem with iaf_psc_delta_canon and test_dcgen_vs_I_e.sli #822

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@heplesser heplesser commented Sep 7, 2017

This fixes a problem reported by SDSC in which test_dcgen_vs_I_e.sli fails for iaf_psc_delta_canon for certain hardware/compiler combinations. The failure is due to the fact that that model treated I_e and injected current slightly differently. This PR ensures that both forms of current input are treated perfectly symmetrical (always appear as sum P_.I_e_ + S_.I_).

It also tidies up the test code and removes calls to executive, which put SLI into interactive mode in case of a test failure.

@jougs I will ask someone from SDSC to review as well. Since this is a straightforward fix, I add it to 2.14.

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The code looks good to me. Just a couple misspelled words in the original iaf_psc_delta_canon.cpp that you can fix if you want to

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@heplesser heplesser commented Sep 27, 2017

Fixed typos as requested by @hakonsbm .

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Looks good. Thanks!

@jougs jougs merged commit c9d9325 into nest:master Oct 16, 2017
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