It is definitely broken in devel trunk, but I don't know for how long.  What has been established, both within and outside of this conversation, is that this is an enzo bug and not something someone intended.  Thus, nothing should be done to existing tools to account for this.  I will write something to fix our data and for anyone else who might have this problem.  I will look into fixing this in the devel/trunk as well.

The bigger issue is that devel/trunk is on its way out as far as getting its bugs fixed and it's probably time for the rest of us to move to the week of code branch for doing science.  That is a whole other conversation.

On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 4:59 PM, Eric Hallman <> wrote:
It is broken in dev trunk, since the run britton is talking about was done with dev trunk.  So the particle number issue is still there, at least as relates to yt parallel hop.

On Dec 4, 2009, at 4:56 PM, Stephen Skory wrote:


 so is this fix (to enzo) only in WOC and not in the dev trunk?

I don't know if it's broken in dev trunk. Making particle indexes globally unique (or fixing it, I'm not sure it ever worked before I looked at it) was one of the first things I did to Enzo years ago. I don't know when it broke after that, if it was before or after WoC got split. Many people don't care about it, so they don't look for it when they make changes. But now that this new halo finder requires it, hopefully it won't be ignored again!

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