We released Rayleigh v1.0.0 on November 12 with various new features and bugfixes. Among others, this release includes the following significant changes:
- New: Online, up-to-date documentation is now available here. The source files are provided as part of the repository and are stored in the
- New: Users can now specify custom generic boundary conditions and/or initial conditions. The online documentation provides instructions for both options within the Physics Controls section.
- New: Users are free to fully specify the set of constant and nonconstant coefficients that define the system of PDEs solved by Rayleigh. This capability is described in the “Custom Reference State” section of the documentation.
*New: Checkpoint format has changed such that each checkpoint resides in its own directory. All files and information needed to restart a model, including a copy of
main_input, are now stored within each numbered checkpoint directory.
Nicholas Featherstone, Philipp Edelmann, Rene Gassmoeller, Loren Matilsky, Ryan Orvedahl, Cian Wilson, and many other contributors.