Version 2.1.1 - 2020-11-12¶
Linux and macOS continuous integration testing is run on GitHub actions. See PR #145
We polished the installation of header files, CMake target export files, and Python module. These are especially relevant for Conda packaging XCFun. See PR #143
Version 2.1.0 - 2020-09-18¶
Many new functionals in the SCAN family have been added. Thanks to James Furness for the contribution. See PR #140
The library is now available both as a Spack and a Conda package.
The library can now be natively compiled on Linux, macOS, and Windows.
BREAKING CMake >= 3.14 is required to configure the code.
Version 2.0.2 - 2020-07-15¶
Version 2.0.1 - 2020-05-06¶
We removed the
DEBUG_POSTFIXproperty from the properties on the
xcfuntarget. This was leading to build failures when using the library through CMake
FetchContentwith mixed release/debug mode.
Version 2.0.0 - 2020-04-14¶
BREAKING The build system will only produce a shared (default) or static library. Compilation of the static library can be requested by setting
macOS CI testing was moved to Azure Pipelines.
The dependency on pybind11 was bumped to v2.5.0
We corrected a number of wrinkles in the handling of symbol visibility in the shared library.
Version 2.0.0a7 - 2020-04-10¶
Address warnings from compilers. Fix #90.
Version 2.0.0a6 - 2020-02-23¶
Compilation with GCC 5.4.0.
Version 2.0.0a5 - 2020-02-20¶
Handling of 64-bit integers in the Fortran interface.
Version 2.0.0a4 - 2020-02-02¶
The API function
xcfun_getaccepts a single in-out
doubleparameter. It was erroneously declared to accept an array of
Version 2.0.0a3 - 2020-01-31¶
We have introduced a number of breaking changes, motivated by the need to modernize the library. See the migration guide.
Up-to-date documentation on how to build and develop XCFun.
Up-to-date documentation on how to use XCFun in your code.
A full example, based on CMake as build system generator, showing how to use the library from a C++ host. Thanks @stigrj!
A full example, based on CMake as build system generator, showing how to use the library from a C host.
A full example, based on CMake as build system generator, showing how to use the library from a Fortran host.
BREAKING All API functions are uniformly namespaced with the
BREAKING The Fortran interface has been completely rewritten using
iso_c_binding: the library can now be compiled without the use of neither a C nor a Fortran compiler. :confetti_ball:
BREAKING CMake option
XCFUN_MAX_ORDER. New default value of 6.
BREAKING CMake option
BREAKING API functions
BREAKING The CMake options
Version 2.0.0a2 - 2020-01-21¶
Version 2.0.0a1 - 2019-12-15¶
A user-friendly API function to set up functional evaluation
xc_user_eval_setup. Thanks @ilfreddy.
BREAKING A compiler compliant with the C++11 (or later) standard is required.
BREAKING CMake >= 3.11 is required to configure the code.
BREAKING The Python bindings are now generated using pybind11 instead of SWIG. The dependency will be fetched at configuration time if not found on your system.
BREAKING The Fortran interface is no longer build with the code, but shipped as a separate file to be compiled within your own Fortran code.