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#121 fixed mess in time axes ymipsl ssenesi

Using a toy client like test_grid (see former ticket), and

  • defining one field with operation=instant, freq_op=2ts
  • requesting it with output_freq=1ts,
  • running for 4 timesteps with a 600s timestep

I get an output with coordinates="... time_instant" and a time_instant variable which has values : [ 600, 1200, -, -]

This seems odd; I was expecting either :

1- a time_instant variable with values [ 600, 1200, 1800, 24000 ] and fields filled with missing values for instants 600 and 1800 2- or a time_instant variable with values [ 1200, 2400, - , - ]

The same occurs if, instead of setting freq_op=2ts, I send the field only one out of 2 timesteps

What did I miss ?

#122 fixed regression with detect_missing_value between 1013 and 1029 ymipsl ssenesi

I am time-averaging fields (snow albedoes) which are both :

  • defined with a mask and
  • showing missing values at time-varying location

I am also remapping these fields to grid complete' : a rectilinear grid with gaussian latitudes

In Xios parlance, it writes :

<file id="EXPID_test_4D" output_freq="6h" >

<field_group domain_ref="complete" expr="@this">

<field field_ref="albs" name="albs_avg" operation="average" detect_missing_value="true"/>



The result is fine with XIOS 1013 : locations which do not always have a defined values do show senesible values However, with XIOS 1029, they show values which obviously are averaged n samples whare the mssing value (here 1.e+20) is considered as a valid value

#123 wontfix Parser just holds on syntax error ymipsl ssenesi

When reading an xml construct such as

<field field_ref="albs" default_value="1.e+20"/>/>

which shows a syntax error near to the end of line, Xios parser just holds

If the xml file is quite long, you may spend some tens of minutes searching for the error (assuming you suspect it is a syntax error, and you are not beginning your search elsewhere ....)

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