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      Abstract the call to the parameters handler to allow for the creation of... · f7e7d502
      Médéric Boquien authored
      Abstract the call to the parameters handler to allow for the creation of different handlers depending on how the parameters are provided, for instance either a systematic grid by giving then in pcigale.ini or through a file with each line providing a the parameters for a different model. The change is transparent to the rest of pcigale so it does not matter which handler is actually used.
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      We rely on OrderedDict to keep the order of the parameters. However given the... · 14b34462
      Médéric Boquien authored
      We rely on OrderedDict to keep the order of the parameters. However given the way the code is structured currently, there is really no reason for this. So let's just switch to the standard dictionary. This has two advantages. First the standard dictionary is much faster than OrderedDict (implemented in C rather than in pure python). Then, standard dictionaries are marshalable, which makes them usable as keys for other dictionaries.
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  24. 26 Aug, 2015 1 commit
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      Replace the SED.info OrderedDict() with a very light weight and speficically... · 8bd942a9
      Médéric Boquien authored
      Replace the SED.info OrderedDict() with a very light weight and speficically tailored reimplementation of an OrderedDict(). The reason is that an OrderedDict() takes an inordinate amount to time to copy. In the end this could amount to a very significant fraction of the total runtime. Do not use this new implementation anywhere or it will break your code. It makes very strong assumptions on how it is to be used.
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