Hi Euan, I'm not sure about the date of the release, but there's a good news: installing yt locally doesn't require any elevated privileges, it's no different from running python script as user. All you need is git, C compiler and python+pip, which most likely are available on the system you're using. You can try do the following:
cd $HOME git clone https://github.com/yt-project/yt cd yt pip install Cython numpy h5py --user pip install -e . --user
if all goes well, you're ready to roll with yt-4.0dev Cheers, Kacper
On 7/20/20 2:07 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I am an undergraduate using the University's software so I don't have the authority to update yt to the development model - though I am excited to see the changes; when do you think it will be released?
Altering the n_ref value has worked perfectly for what I am trying to achieve! Thank you so much!
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