Release Notes: A number of important improvements have been made for the multi-adaptive ODE-solver, including stabilization. In addition, the interface for the ODE-solver has been improved to allow interaction with the Ko Project (a physical simulator). This release also includes some changes to enable DOLFIN to compile under Cygwin.
Release Notes: This version features support for 3D graphics in Octave using Open Inventor. In particular, replacements for the Matlab functions pdemesh, pdesurf, and pdeplot have been implemented.
Release Notes: Adaptive stabilization of the ODE solver has now been implemented (but is still experimental). A number of bugs have been fixed. Most notably, the progress bar and non-support for curses (--disable-curses) have been improved.
Release Notes: Automatic generation and solution of the dual problem has now been implemented, as well as caching of the primal solution for large problems where the primal does not fit in main memory. Several other enhancements were also made, in particular for the multi-adaptive solver.
Release Notes: The multi-adaptive solver is starting to work. Furthermore, new STL-based list and array classes have been added.
Release Notes: This release is part of the FEniCS project. A new module for the heat equation was added and the Grid has changed its name to Mesh. This means that the XML file format has also changed. Several improvements to the multi-adaptive ODE solver were also made.
Release Notes: Adaptive grid refinement for triangular and tetrahedral grids was competed.
Release Notes: The missing Edge and Face iterators over boundaries were added. An option to compile without curses is now included. Grids can now be exported to OpenDX.
Release Notes: The grid data structures have been reworked and now also include support for edges, faces, and boundaries. Other changes include continued work on the multi-adaptive ODE-solver, continued work on adaptive grid refinement, and a number of small bug fixes and new features.
Release Notes: The LU factorization was rewritten, and major updates were made to the Krylov solver. In both cases, the improvement in performance is significant.