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  1. 22 Jan, 2021 2 commits
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  3. 20 Aug, 2020 1 commit
    • Mathieu Tillet's avatar
      Remove unused TCMalloc linking flag · 87e00db3
      Mathieu Tillet authored
      As a first step for switching from TCMalloc to JEMalloc as the custom
      memory allocator, this commit removes every instance of the flag
      TCMALLOC_LIBRARIES_LINKTIME in all the CMakeList.txt files. This flag
      was never used by the code, so this commit is invisible project-wise.
      87e00db3
  4. 26 Jun, 2020 2 commits
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    • Giovanni Di Siena's avatar
      Replace boost::shared with std::shared · 11994bc3
      Giovanni Di Siena authored and Gigg, Martyn Anthony's avatar Gigg, Martyn Anthony committed
      In places other substitutions have been made, e.g
      Clang does not yet specialize std::shared_ptr for T[]. Vector
      has been used instead. The operator[] methods were incorrectly
      marked const but returning a non-const reference - this has been fixed.
      Refs #25842
      11994bc3
  8. 02 Apr, 2020 1 commit
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    • Danny Hindson's avatar
      Add ability to load measured attenuation profile for material · 74316a4b
      Danny Hindson authored
      Add feature where an externally generated attenuation profile can be loaded into
      the material definition from a .DAT text file. This will override the normal
      exp(-alpha*thickness) calculation of the attenuation. The new feature was requested
      as part of the absorption calculation for the Pearl instrument where some parts
      of the environment are crystalline
      
      Found the lookup\interpolation on the loaded profile was slowing down the absorption
      Monte Carlo calculation.
      So improved performance of Kernel::Interpolation. Changed it to use vector of pairs
      instead of two separate vectors to reduce amount of navigation around vectors
      
      Considered adding feature into AttenuationProfile where I add any interpolated points
      into the override attenuation profile to prevent interpolation next iteration of
      Monte Carlo simulation. However wasn't convinced this was going to be thread-safe
      during the parallel part of the absorption calculation - may revisit this. While doing
      this investigation I fixed the following issues with the function Interpolation::AddPoint:
      
      a) it doesn't add the same point twice
      b) it reuses the lower_bound function rather than stepping through the vector sequentially
      
      I removed the exception from findIndexOfNextLargerValue because the end()
      iterator is a valid result if the x value supplied equals the last x value
      already in the vector. Could have left check in for begin() but didn't seem
      much point
      
      Finally - the interpolation outside the range is not v good. The data at the extremes
      is noisy so we end up extrapolating based on random gradient in extreme 2 points. Need
      to either fit or use more points to determine gradient
      74316a4b
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  26. 10 Feb, 2019 1 commit
    • Martyn Gigg's avatar
      Remove manual linking to asan library · 2db491e5
      Martyn Gigg authored
      If included then clang on Linux reports "incompatible ASan runtimes"
      on running the executables. This lets the -fsanitize flag handle
      everything, which seems to do the correct thing for gcc and clang.
      2db491e5
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