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#965 Adding some new interpolation matrix, and using them (some used so far were actually approximation that could work only in sequential, as in sequential solid->fluid is basically identity for P1 variables).
#965 InterpolatorHolder: likewise, add the matrix to convert monolithic on fluid to fluidmass on solid.
#965 InterpolatorHolder: add the matrix to convert a fluid mass on solid to a monolithic vector on fluid.
#976 Petsc/Vector: Copy() and CompleteCopy() now by default call UpdateGhosts() after the copy itself. This can be deactivated with an optional argument.
#965 Likely (small) bug in StVenantKirchhoff: the parameters were present as references in the class, and might not be updated properly from lazy evaluation.
#968 Introduce a new target which will keep building with all output files. Raw target won't anymore build the output files.
#961 Start renaming from 'PreviousTimeIteration' to 'Current'. Also modify other model instances than Poromechanics.
#961 Introduce methods that are more readable for lazy evaluation (GetCurrent() without much was not really straightforward).
#964 Create a Crtp around WorkVariable. At the time being it is poorly located; next commit will fix that.
#964 Remove work_vector_rhs_like_ in ImplicitFluid varf and replace it by monolithic work variable. I have introduced a clever but not very handy way to define these work variables, which checks same is not used twice at the same time.
#964 Introduce step by step a dH varf, which should replace the former inner varf for the PerformDifferential() call. I do it progressively to put there only what is relevant (innervarfr includes loads of stuff used only for NewtonFP).
#964 NewtonFP: separate more clearly the preparation of the Newton and the Newton loop itself (previously there was an awkward test in the loop to chechk whether it was the first iteration).