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#84 fixed abort in XIOS cause dead lock with MPI mhnguyen ymipsl
Description

When exception is launch from XIOS, it terminates with abort() call. It may be a mistake with MPI run under some environment since de MPI library doesn't catch the abort and transfer the information to the other MPI processes.

Try to replace abort() in exception.cpp by MPI_Abort

#68 fixed Add area attribute for domain rlacroix ymipsl
Description

Create a new optional "area" attribute for domain. It must be a double array with the dimension of the numbers of cell of the domain (ie same dimensionnality of the domain mask attribute).

If present, it must be writen in the netcdf file according to the CF convention : http://cfconventions.org/Data/cf-conventions/cf-conventions-1.5/build/cf-conventions.html#cell-measures.

A new variable must be created related to the name of the domain similarely to the lon or lat coordinate (ie a simplified name when a single horizontal domain is included) array that contains the area of the cell :

[ float areas(cell) or float areas(x,y) or float areas_grid_T(x,y) ] cell_area:long_name = "area of grid cell" ; cell_area:standard_name="area"; cell_area:units = "m2"

For all field living on a grid composed of the domain the metadata attribute "cell_measures" must be added in the netcdf file with the area specification : ex : float sosstsst(time_counter, y, x) ;

sosstsst:long_name = "sea surface temperature" ; sosstsst:units = "degC" ; sosstsst:online_operation = "average" ; sosstsst:interval_operation = "5760s" ; sosstsst:interval_write = "1mo" ; sosstsst:_FillValue = 1.e+20f ; sosstsst:missing_value = 1.e+20f ; sosstsst:cell_measures = "area: areas_grid_T"

#103 fixed Add attribute 'comment' to all objects ? ymipsl ssenesi
Description

For the sake of documenting xml files and their components, it would be helpful to be able to insert comment strings for every object, INSIDE the brackets enclosing the object. Maybe there is an XML syntax for that ? Otherwise, adding a 'comment' attribute would fit.

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