What’s New in 0.4.4¶
There are no special requirements for running the OpenMC code. As of this release, OpenMC has been tested on a variety of Linux distributions, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows 7. Memory requirements will vary depending on the size of the problem at hand (mostly on the number of nuclides in the problem).
- Ability to write state points when using <no_reduce>.
- Real-time XML validation in GNU Emacs with RELAX NG schemata.
- Writing state points every n batches with <state_point interval=”…” />
- Suppress creation of summary.out and cross_sections.out by default with option to turn them on with <output> tag in settings.xml file.
- Ability to create HDF5 state points.
- Binary source file is now part of state point file by default.
- Enhanced state point usage and added state point Python scripts.
- Turning confidence intervals on affects k-effective.
- Option to specify <upper_right> for tally meshes.