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Subject: degrib1.90
From: "arthur.taylor"
Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2007 13:51:23 -0400
To: degrib@yahoogroups.com

Hi everyone,

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Please email me if you wish to unregister.

The focus of release 1.90 is to fix some bugs in the dwmllib library
(used for the -XML option) released in 1.89.

------- General News:

------- Details about release: 1.90 (last one was 1.89 on 10/23/2007)

1) dwmllib bug: in which number of days formatted in XML was 1 more day
then specified in -numDays command line argument. The bug occurred from
05Z to 12Z.

2) dwmllib bug: in which weather data was not falling into the correct
summary period.

3) dwmllib bug: in which too much data was clipped when user specified
startTime and endTime arguments for time-series and glance products.

4) In pack.c::fillSect3(), there is a request for angle, which is
intended to define the basic unit of angle (lat/lon) for lat/lon grids
when not the default value of 10-6. I accidentally used "angleRotate"
which was undefined instead. This caused a failure for -Grib2 on some
linux machines. Others randomly had a default value of 0 which made it
work sporadically.

5) Introduced a -avgInterp option which, when doing bilinear
interpolation (see -Interp), if a point is surrounded by 1 or more
missing corners, it returns the inverse distance weighted average of the
non-missing corners, instead of missing.

6) Added a check to degrib2.c::ReadSECT0() to make sure the edition is 1
or 2 when detecting a "GRIB". If not, it ignores the false positive and
keeps looking for "GRIB". This should help people who have wrapped GRIB
messages with text containing the word "GRIB".

7) Added a table for some support for Norway GRIB1 products.

------- Please let me know if you have problems.

Regards,
Arthur


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