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Commit 09480487 authored by GILLES Sebastien's avatar GILLES Sebastien

Issue tag v18.21.

parent adbb44d1
Tags: past the very first one, the convention is to name a tag after the year and week it was put. For instance, 13.46
means week 46 of year 2013. Should a second tag be given the same week, an index is added: 13.46.2.
# v18.21:
## Build / continuous integration
- Support #1289: Update code (warnings) to latest AppleClang (9.1.0)
- Support #1287: Update MoReFEM to the changes of API in most recent versions of third party libraries.
- Support #1286: Several fixes in the CMake scripts to make them work properly in all configurations.
- Support #1285: Miscellaneous fixes to make test run in an Ubuntu environment.
- Support #1282: Clean-up CMake PreCache files.
- Support #1291: Clean-up warnings observed in the CI environments.
- Design #1284: CMake: use fPIC for all compilations.
- Bug #1279: Add --oversubscribe in the tests using mpirun to make them run on VM with less than required number of cores (max is 2 on CI Inria...)
- Bug #1283: Fix compilation issue found by gcc 8.1 in an uninstantiated template (said template was removed).
## Tests
- Bug #1281: Tests: never rely on the replacement of MOREFEM_ROOT or MOREFEM_RESULT_DIR.
- Bug #1280: Refine TypeName test to make it work with gcc
## Miscellaneous
- Bug #1278: Uncontrolled Lua error when field sought in the file is not found.
- Bug #1277: Too constraining assert to remove in Solid class.
- Bug #1276: Replace all remaining ops_in by value_in.
## Ongoing tickets
- Feature #1259: Dominique provided the P1 results for the non linear membrane operators; only the P2/P1 are still those computed with MoReFEM directly.
- Support #1288: Add in CMake a new keyword to support clang sanitizer tests, which will be put in CI in next release.
# v18.16:
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