Before the new year there was some discussion of periodicity. I've outlined a first pass at a YTEP for improving periodicity. Any long-form discussion can occur here, but please feel free to leave comments in the YTEP itself.
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A new pull request has been opened by Matthew Turk.
MatthewTurk/ytep has changes to be pulled into yt_analysis/ytep.
Title: YTEP-0006: Periodicity
This is a YTEP that describes periodicity changes.
I would like feedback from implementors of the various objects described as well as from those who rely heavily on those objects. However, after writing this, I think the problem is simpler than I initially thought so I would like to make progress on it in the near future.
One open question is whether or not this should be a part of 2.5 or only in the 3.0 series.
I'll open this up for discussion on the mailing list as well, but I would like signoff from @sskory , @brittonsmith and @ngoldbaum (all of whom have written periodic functions, reported bugs or used periodic functions extensively). @jzuhone has also written some for the FLASH particle reader.
Changes to be pulled:
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However, after writing this, I think the problem is simpler than I initially thought so I would like to make progress on it in the near future.
I agree, I don't think this should be a terribly difficult thing to do. Regarding whether to wait for 3.0, I am of no strong opinion.
Thanks for writing up the proposal!
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