1. 16 Jun, 2020 2 commits
    • Lukas Weber's avatar
      formatting · 0bd961b6
      Lukas Weber authored
      0bd961b6
    • Lukas Weber's avatar
      remove dependence on the working directory · b0bbba73
      Lukas Weber authored
      instead of $(pwd)/JOBNAME.data, the job director is now the directory containing the parameter file.
      This will not change the behavior of the loadl script, which changes directory and creates the parameters file at
      $(pwd)/JOBNAME.data/parameters.json
      
      However, when you used loadleveller without loadl, there were subtle complications when you do not get the working directory hopping correct.
      The new behavior is more predictable and helps with that. One slightly ugly artifact is that the .results.json file gets created in “the parent directory of the job directory” which can be really messy if you don’t follow the same convention loadl uses. But I’ll leave it like this for
      the sake of simplicity.
      
      For good measure, I have extended the use of std::filesystem::path in the code.
      b0bbba73
  2. 08 May, 2020 1 commit
    • Lukas Weber's avatar
      BREAKING: require register_evalables to be a static function · 0e51bdd5
      Lukas Weber authored
      * eliminates a source of bugs (relying on state that was not set in the mc constructor)
      * allows speeding up your merges: mine were slow because of all the things that happen in the constructor
      
      However you may need to rearrange your code to calculate all the things you need for your evalables in register_evalables.
      0e51bdd5
  3. 29 Apr, 2020 1 commit
    • laochailan's avatar
      make measurement files corruption safe. · 932dcf29
      laochailan authored
      at the cost of some i/o cost (one copy of the meas file at each checkpointing),
      we can now assure that the results of the simulation are always in a valid state,
      even if the program crashes while writing them out. At least in theory. Let’s see
      how it works.
      
      We also changed to the std::filesystem API… meaning there could be bugs…
      and loadleveller probably runs on Windows now!
      932dcf29
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