00:06 Changeset [709] by konrad
tree-genealogy.py should now work correctly with the order of events in the logs BORN -> OFFSPRING -> DIED


19:39 Changeset [708] by Maciej Komosinski
Improved diagnostic message
14:53 Changeset [707] by konrad
Added a warning message about merging nodes with a virtual parent node.


19:20 Changeset [706] by konrad
No more svn ignore on mds-and-trees
18:26 Changeset [705] by konrad
Added an example of configuration file with colormaps


12:17 Changeset [704] by Maciej Komosinski
ParamInterface::getText() improved: removed pointless iteration when no ~enum is present (caused major performance hit for big integer values)


14:21 Changeset [703] by Maciej Komosinski
The "ex" macro renamed to "expdef" since 5.0rc12


15:05 Changeset [702] by konrad
Non-normalized step values for cmap can now extend outside the range of values from the data (yet min and max step values should still be the same for all color channels!)


15:29 Changeset [701] by konrad
Fixed a bug that could occur for trees with a lot of crossover (assigning nodes positions in wrong order)


15:45 Changeset [700] by konrad
Colors support matplotlib cmaps now. 'color' property in config file can take two more key values: 'cmap' and 'normalize_cmap'. Cmap is defined as in https://matplotlib.org/devdocs/api/_as_gen/matplotlib.colors.LinearSegmentedColormap.html but uses arrays instead of tuples. If 'normalize_cmap" == false, step values (first value in each tuple) must be normalized. Otherwise, if 'normalize_cmap" == true, step values can be raw property values (from the range of values in the data).
02:35 Changeset [699] by sz
updated for the Framsticks release v5.0rc11 (mostly documentation improvements)


02:32 Changeset [698] by Maciej Komosinski
Explicit cast to signed integer before applying negation, this is a more proper notation


18:33 Changeset [697] by Maciej Komosinski
More legible and consistent notation of ranges
16:14 Changeset [696] by konrad
Changes to formating of min/max values of properties
16:08 Changeset [695] by konrad
Using matplotlib's color package to interpret colors. Color can be now specified in one of the following ways: 1. a letter from the set ‘rgbcmykw’; 2.a hex color string, like ‘#00FFFF’; 3.a standard name, like ‘aqua’; 4. a float, like ‘0.4’, indicating gray on a 0-1 scale
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