Changeset aa1e5a69 in sasview
 Timestamp:
 Sep 9, 2018 3:02:23 PM (10 months ago)
 Branches:
 master, magnetic_scatt, release4.2.2, ticket1009, ticket1094headless, ticket12422dresolution, ticket1243, ticket1249, unittestsaveload
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 187a4a07
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 beb4fec
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 installers
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installers/READMEnextrelease.txt
rbeb4fec raa1e5a69 62 62 advanced instructions for plugin writing and some scripting 63 63 instructions have been added. 64 65 Two new tutorials have been added.66 64  Other work 67 65  A ThirdParty initiative has recently succeeded in getting SasView to 
installers/README.txt
rbeb4fec raa1e5a69 10 10 marks the end of support for 32 bit operating systems and is only 11 11 available for 64 bit operating systems. 12 13 With this version the change to the new model API and plugins infrastructure 14 begun with 4.0 is essentially complete (though extensions are in the works 15 and more are likely they should remain backwardly compatible with previous 12 13 With this version the change to the new model API and plugins infrastructure 14 begun with 4.0 is essentially complete (though extensions are in the works 15 and more are likely they should remain backwardly compatible with previous 16 16 versions of SasView). 17 17 18 18 NOTE: Oldstyle plugin models, including old summultiply models will continue 19 19 to be supported (i.e. SasView will be able to run them) in 4.x. However, … … 21 21 is strongly encouraged to convert their custom models to the new API. 22 22 23 Finally, the changes to orientation angles and orientational distribution 23 Finally, the changes to orientation angles and orientational distribution 24 24 definitions are now also complete. 25 25 … … 31 31 aligned objects has been completely overhauled. It now differs from 32 32 previous versions. 33  Plugin models, including sum multiply models, have completely migrated33  Plugin models, including sum/multiply models, have completely migrated 34 34 to the new infrastructure. NOTE that 3.x type models as well as early, 35 35 intermediate 4.x type models, including those generated by summultiply … … 62 62 advanced instructions for plugin writing and some scripting 63 63 instructions have been added. 64 65 Two new tutorials have been added.66 64  Other work 67 65  A ThirdParty initiative has recently succeeded in getting SasView to … … 254 252 adsorbed polymer/surfactant layer. 255 253 256 A correlation function may be interpreted in terms of an imaginary rod moving 257 through the structure of the material. G1(R) is the probability that a rod of 258 length R moving through the material has equal electron/neutron scattering 259 length density at either end. Hence a frequently occurring spacing within a 254 A correlation function may be interpreted in terms of an imaginary rod moving 255 through the structure of the material. G1(R) is the probability that a rod of 256 length R moving through the material has equal electron/neutron scattering 257 length density at either end. Hence a frequently occurring spacing within a 260 258 structure manifests itself as a peak. 261 259
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