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Timestamp:
2019-11-07T17:55:13+01:00 (11 months ago)
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acc
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Branch 2019/fix_sn_cfctl_ticket2328. See #2328. Replacement of ln_ctl and activation of full functionality with
sn_cfctl structure. These changes rename structure components l_mppout and l_mpptop as l_prtctl and l_prttrc
and introduce l_glochk to activate former ln_ctl code in stpctl.F90 to perform global location of min and max
checks. Also added is l_allon which can be used to activate all output (much like the former ln_ctl). If l_allon
is .false. then l_config decides whether or not the suboptions are used.

   sn_cfctl%l_glochk = .FALSE.    ! Range sanity checks are local (F) or global (T). Set T for debugging only
   sn_cfctl%l_allon  = .FALSE.    ! IF T activate all options. If F deactivate all unless l_config is T
   sn_cfctl%l_config = .TRUE.     ! IF .true. then control which reports are written with the remaining options

Note, these changes pass SETTE tests but all references to ln_ctl need to be removed from the sette scripts.

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  • NEMO/branches/2019/fix_sn_cfctl_ticket2328/src/OCE/IOM/prtctl.F90

    r10068 r11872  
    5050      !!                debugging a new parametrization in mono or mpp.  
    5151      !! 
    52       !! ** Method  : 2 possibilities exist when setting the ln_ctl parameter to 
     52      !! ** Method  : 2 possibilities exist when setting the sn_cfctl%prtctl parameter to 
    5353      !!                .true. in the ocean namelist: 
    5454      !!              - to debug a MPI run .vs. a mono-processor one;  
     
    6464      !!                name must be explicitly typed if used. For instance if the 3D 
    6565      !!                array tn(:,:,:) must be passed through the prt_ctl subroutine,  
    66       !!                it must looks like: CALL prt_ctl(tab3d_1=tn). 
     66      !!                it must look like: CALL prt_ctl(tab3d_1=tn). 
    6767      !! 
    6868      !!                    tab2d_1 : first 2D array 
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