[Ncep.list.nems.announce] NEMS application moving to GitHub

Ratko Vasic ratko.vasic at noaa.gov
Thu Aug 8 01:59:09 UTC 2019

Hello NEMS developers,

NEMS transition to GitHub was successful. All applications passed 
regression tests:


Commit to supported applications (NEMSfv3gfs EMC_FV3-GSDCHEM-WW3 
EMC_FV3-MOM6-CICE5 EMC_FV3GFS-GSDCHEM) will be _tomorrow (Thursday, 8/8 
around noon)_.

Thanks Dusan for cutting off long tail of NEMS history (about 10 years) 
and leaving last 2 years (when we switched from svn to git/Vlab). Now 
NEMS is reduced from _621 to 10MB_.

NOTE! We are planing on creating new project for NEMS documentation: 
NEMS-doc (https://github.com/NOAA-EMC/NEMS-doc), which is pulled out of 
NEMS project with just source code.

 From tomorrow, to clone the latest NEMS, you should do:
git clone https://github.com/NOAA-EMC/NEMS

Applications' (NEMSfv3gfs EMC_FV3-GSDCHEM-WW3 EMC_FV3-MOM6-CICE5 
EMC_FV3GFS-GSDCHEM) old branches are still pointing to NEMS on Vlab.
Once committed, you can update your branches to point to NEMS on GitHub 
(or leave it as you wish).


On 8/5/2019 2:54 PM, Ratko Vasic wrote:
> Hello NEMS developers,
> today's NEMS commit was the last one done on Vlab. We are going to 
> move NEMS to the GitHub.
> Last NEMS version on Vlab is being tagged as 
> "nemsfv3gfs_beta_v1.0.19-gsdchem_v0.8.7"
> Will be working on this next couple of days.
> Supported applications will be updated to point to 
> https://github.com/NOAA-EMC/NEMS
> -Ratko

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