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December 21, 2023

Vapor has released a minor version, 3.9.1!

** What’s Changed **

  • Fix #3429: Jupyter kernel dies when it can’t find data by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3435

  • Fix #3440: Moving domain bug by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3445

  • Python API Flow output incomplete #3448 by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3450

  • Fix Casper CAM/Gaussian dataset viz empty by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3469

  • Clean/fix remaining render regression test issues by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3479

  • Issue3465 - Adds rules to build SUSE installer and SUSE 3rd party libraries by @sgpearse in NCAR/VAPOR#3468

  • Fix #3328 Box manipulators broken on WRF data by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3476

  • Fix Moving domains: Domain does not move with only Image Renderer active #3459 by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3478

  • Add cross compilation rules for macos arm64/x86 and optimize circleci/config.yml by @sgpearse in NCAR/VAPOR#3484

  • Fix issue3403 - reinstate smoke tests on SUSE by @sgpearse in NCAR/VAPOR#3491

  • Re-enable OSPRay clipping volumes by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3499

  • Fix Particle Lighting seems weird #3214 by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3490

  • Fix Provide the user an option to specify absolute/relative paths for datasets #3420 by @StasJ in NCAR/VAPOR#3493

  • Provide an advanced option in flow advection to use a fixed, user provided step size. by @shaomeng in NCAR/VAPOR#3505

  • fix ubuntu20 build by @sgpearse in NCAR/VAPOR#3512

Full Changelog:…v3.9.1

Vapor 3.9.0 is now live and includes the enhancements and fixed issues below. Several significant enhancements have been added including a new and improved UI for Vapor’s renderer table which better shows metadata, support for moving domains, and updated third party libraries. `PythonAPI documentation and examples have been added<>`__, and changes to Vapor’s session file format now make it easier to share sessions with colleagues. Thank you to everyone who has suggested new features and reported bugs in the past months. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to increase the frequency of our release cycle.