File LHAPDF.changes of Package LHAPDF

Fri Sep 15 09:41:52 UTC 2017 -

- Trim descriptions to relevant parts.

Sun Sep 10 19:49:30 UTC 2017 -

- Update to version 6.2.1:
  * Fix signed/unsigned comparison in Fortran interface.
  * Fix ccstr_to_fstr function, and hence several problems in the
    LHAGlue Fortran interface.
  * Use lhapdf Python module in lhapdf script, to avoid
    YAML-parsing problems.
  * Extend Python xfxQ and xfxQ2 functions to allow multiple PID
    values and 2-arg versions which return all PIDs.
  * Make alphaS, interpolator, and extrapolator setting eager
    rather than lazy.
  * Remove unique_ptr from the public PDF.h header for now, for
    C++98 API compatibility.
  * Eliminate C++11 features from headers, and moving some
    oversized inlines into .cc files.

Wed Aug  2 05:11:20 UTC 2017 -

- Update to version 6.2.0:
  * Add warning printouts and some verbosity control to the
    LHAGlue Fortran setlhaparm function.
  * Provide lookupPDF and lookupLHAPDFID functions accepting a
    single setname/mem string.
  * Finally removed Boost multi_array.
  * All Boost usage removed except multi_array.
  * Propagate C++11 compiler definition to Cython build and
    lhapdf-config; add --cxx flag to lhapdf-config.
  * Add normal and chi-squared quantile functions, and incomplete
    gamma functions, extracted and converted by Graeme Watt based
    on ROOT and Cephes code.
  * Require C++11, and starting to remove Boost.
  * Add x-grouped xf vs Q plots to plotpdfs, and allow the user to
    control which plot groups to make.
  * Improvements to plotpdfs script.
  * Move scripts for installation into a bin directory.
  * Corrections in the lhapdf manager script for Python3
- Refresh sover.diff for updated version.

Mon Feb 13 17:40:13 UTC 2017 -

- Fix RPM groups. Call ldconfig directly.
- Add sover.diff and do shared library versioning
  as required by guidelines.

Wed Feb  1 12:37:53 UTC 2017 -

- use individual libboost-*-devel packages instead of boost-devel

Mon Feb  1 13:01:58 UTC 2016 -

- Update to version 6.1.6:
  + Add canonical PDF.orderQCD property to Python PDF, to replace
  + Add PDF::quarkMass and PDF::quarkThreshold methods to C++ and
  + Fix quark integer ID mapping to Down/Up metadata keys in
    AlphaS factory routine.
  + Add a cstr_to_fstr function to, for improved C++ to
    Fortran string conversion (handling length limits, padding
    rather than zero-termination, etc.)
  + Add PDF::print() protection against being unable to read the
    PDF set index file, so there isn't a crash for the trivial
    reason of on-screen printout formatting when the data path is
    restricted with trailing ::.
  + Fixes to the lhapdf script. Thanks again to Dmitry Kalinkin
    for a patch.
  + Add missing getlam4 and getlam5 functions to Fortran
    interface. Thanks to Dmitry Kalinkin for the patch.
  + Update Cython and Python interfaces to support Python3 syntax.
    Thanks to Vitaly Yermolchyk for the patches!
  + Update to even newer boost.m4
  + Don't append the install prefix to path searches if
    $LHAPDF_DATA_PATH ends with a double-colon, ::.
  + De-inline the availablePDFSets() function, and veto duplicate
    set names.
  + Determine number of parameter variation members by counting
    number of "+" signs in ErrorType, e.g. "replicas+as+mc+mb+mt".
  + Added a new checkPdfType() member function to PDFSet class.
  + Added support for combined PDF+alphaS sets via new ErrorType
    values, i.e. "replicas+as", "hessian+as" and "symmhessian+as".
  + Updating AUTHORS notice to final EPJC paper reference, and
    adding a final citation reminder message via the Config
  + src/ Adding a set of expandPDFsStr(),
    decodePDFStr and decodePDFsStr functions to be used for
    handling more general PDF strings of the sort that will be
    used in the CompositePDF factory system.
  + Adding a default constructor and knotarrays() accessor to
    GridPDF, as requested by Nathan Hartland.
  + Remove abs(...) twice in function
    PDFSet::randomValueFromHessian to correct a mistake in Eq.
    (6.5) of arXiv:1205.4024v2.  The correction is necessary to
    ensure that correlations are preserved when converting a
    Hessian PDF set to a Monte Carlo PDF set.
- Drop LHAPDF-boost-configure-for-GCC5.patch, incorporated

Thu Jun 25 04:56:40 UTC 2015 -

- Add LHAPDF-boost-configure-for-GCC5.patch to fix autoconf
  boost macros lookup with GCC5; patch taken from boost.m4
  upstream [].

Fri Mar 20 19:10:37 UTC 2015 -

- Update to version 6.1.5:
  + Better error handling in PDF index lookup, including clearer
    reporting of set-unmatched PDF IDs and member numbers which
    are out of range for a valid set.
  + Restoring original active set member in LHAGlue metadata get*
    functions which were previously switching focus as a result of
    calling loadMember() to get numerical grid data.
  + Making LHAGlue Fortran interface switch the current set slot
    more coherently (has_photon is the exception).
  + Attempt to use Threshold* metadata keys for Fortran
    getthresholdm_ and old C++ wrapper getThreshold. Not yet fully
    supported in the rest of the system but we may as well
    pre-empt it while editing
  + Add missing getdescm_ and getdesc_ Fortran functions.
  + Add missing Fortran getdatapath function, cf. LHAPDF5 but with
    colon separators between multiple paths if appropriate.
  + Add Fortran lhapdf_getpdfsetlist function, returning the list
    of available PDF sets as a space-separated string. Note the
    lhapdf_ prefix -- this is the intended 'namespace' form for a
    new Fortran interface at some point.
  + Remove obsolete config flags from lhapdf.conf
  + examples/ Simplify compatibility macro
  + Add parsing and use of the internal PID data line in, in preference to the PDF::flavors() method. This
    fixes a bug, since flavors() was sorting the list, meaning
    that data files without monotonically sorted PID columns would
    wrongly assign PDFs to PIDs.
  + Added new ContinuationExtrapolator to provide same
    extrapolation as in the MSTW standalone code (and LHAPDF5 when
    using MSTW sets).
  + Better code organisation and protection against out-of-bounds
    array accesses in log-bicubic interpolator.
  + Fallback to bilinear interpolator if using bicubic
    interpolator with only 2 or 3 Q2 knots in a subgrid.
  + Improve LHAGlue info messages to not specify that particular
    generators are being used.
- LHAPDF-devel should require boost-devel.

Sat Sep  6 22:23:20 UTC 2014 -

- Update to version 6.1.4:
  - Adding multiset variants of the 5 getmin/max LHAGlue
  - Adding the 'unofficial' getminmax Fortran function to
  - Treat PID 0 as an alias for 21 in PDF::hasFlavor as well as
    the PDF::xf* functions
  - Clarify in lhapdf script help that 'list' by default shows all
    available sets, not those installed on the user's system
  - Update CONFIGFLAGS docs to fix some errors w.r.t. actual flag
  - Treat a DataVersion of 0 as unvalidated: valid numbers now
    start at 1
  - Remove the LHAPDF ID from the warning printout about
    unvalidated PDFs, since in that case there will usually be no
    standard ID number and it just gets unhelpfully reported as -1
  - Detect and report improperly terminated grid files (ones
    missing a --- final line)
  - Replace asserts with exceptions and improve subgrid error
    reporting in GridPDF
  - Report the value of Q2 that causes a subgrid-finding failure
  - Improve testgrid to use PDFNAME/MEMNUM arg syntax
  - Forbid compilation if the demon combination of Boost < 1.47
    and	GCC >= 4.6, with a serious bug in BOOST_FOREACH, is found:
  - Improved AlphaS ODE solver performance.

Sat Jun 21 21:51:34 UTC 2014 -

- Update to version 6.1.3:
  + tests/ Add appropriate programs to "make
  + wrappers/python/ 'make distcheck' and
    out-of-source builds should work now
  + Add CVMFS and AFS downloading (by preference) to the lhapdf
    script, as well as user-configurable download sources and
    tarball removal
  + Fix bug in PDF::qcdOrder method, and deprecate that method in
    favour of orderQCD (to match AlphaS and the flag name).
  + Further improvements to error messages when trying to load an
    invalid PDF
  + Tweak output of
  + Adding first make check targets (requires CT10nlo to be
  + Flavour thresholds in alpha_s solvers, and threshold subgrids
    from ODE solver (by Karl Nordstrom)
  + Add accessors to a PDF's AlphaS object and to an AlphaS' QCD
  + Add mapping of reweighting functions into Python
  + Fix compiler warnings re. unused variables in LHAGlue.h and
    AlphaS.h headers
  + Fix attempted use of non-existent std::vector::find method
  + Change source name of analyticpdf example
  + Adding a mini-constructor to PDF to make sure that _forcePos
    is set to a sane default value.

Wed Jun 18 08:50:55 UTC 2014 -

- Update to version 6.1.2:
  + Fix HWLHAPDF behaviour in pdfset
- Changes from version 6.1.1:
  + Modify printout in PDFLIB backwards compatibility routine to
    avoid confusion for some HERWIG use cases
  + Adding warnings about mismatching alpha_s in reweighting, with
    a default tolerance of 5%
  + Add LHAPDF/Reweighting.h with a few handy functions for doing
    'naive' PDF reweighting
  + Replace all internal uses of "foreach" with explicit
    BOOST_FOREACH until C++11
  + Remigrate all NNPDF sets to remove duplicate Qmax points
  + Adding initLHAPDF() and a few other do-nothing compatibility

Sun May  4 07:20:17 UTC 2014 -

- Update to version 6.1.0:
  + Lots of changes since previously packaged version, see
    /usr/share/doc/packages/ChangeLog for a full list
  + Now installs a pkgconfig file (introduces BuildRequires on
  + Requires boost >= 1.53.0 (not available on <= 12.3).
- Unnecessary rpaths and linker flags have been properly removed
  from lhapdf-config by upstream, remove the temporary workaround
  which was put in the spec file.

Tue Apr 29 23:08:48 UTC 2014 -

- Manually remove unnecessary rpath and linker flags from
  generated script /usr/bin/lhapdf-config.

Thu Apr 17 22:01:15 UTC 2014 -

- Correct License tag in spec file: GPL-3.0 instead of GPL-2.0.

Mon Dec  9 21:51:37 UTC 2013 -

- Initial version
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