[mesa-users] Are changes to ADIPLS pushed upstream?

Bill Paxton paxton at kitp.ucsb.edu
Fri Dec 21 12:59:26 EST 2012

Hi Warrick,

Joergen is pushing ahead with a new version of ADIPLS that isn't ready yet for wide distribution.
So MESA is using the current released ADIPLS with a few patches.  As soon as Joergen has a stable new
version ready for public release, it will go into MESA.

Keep in mind that the ADIPLS in MESA can be used from the command line with exactly the
same interface as the standard ADIPLS you get from Joergen.   So you can run it to see if
the patches make any difference for your cases --- I doubt if they will.


On Dec 21, 2012, at 12:17 AM, Warrick Ball wrote:

> Hi,
> Following Bill's update on the state of the code/project, a question entered my head: are the changes/improvements to ADIPLS pushed upstream into ADIPLS itself, or are they exclusive to MESA?
> I ask because I use a different evolutionary code but it interfaces with ADIPLS.
> Cheers,
> Warrick
> PS:  I wasn't sure whether to reply to the list or scribble something in the appropriate place on the mesastar.org forum.
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