So I’ve been exploring the possibility of using Black and the likes to start enforcing styling standard throughout the code base.
Since this process involves changing a significant portion of it (several thousands of lines), it was suggested to me to make it into YTEP.
Here it is !
Hope you like it,
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Hi everyone !
As per Madicken’s suggestion, I’d like to share with you this newly opened discussion on GitHub regarding the current state and future our CI setup:
I'm creating a new yt frontend for pluto xdmf static grids (finite volume mesh code). I have a grid.out file which has the values of the left and right cell faces in all directions. Can anyone suggest a way to set up the Hierarchy and Grid classes for this? I'm a bit stuck in this part. It would be really helpful.