convert_pvec_to_cvec for spherical to Cartesian vector conversion to Pan_problem_functions.c Added "safe_malloc" to the same file because I didn't like the way Malloc1 uses int as arguments (64 bit issues). - added support for gzipped ascii output into subdirectories of data_dir, option gzdir. To use, need to compile with USE_GZDIR and link with the -lz zlib libraries. Within gzdir output mode, selected by output_format=gzdir user can define vtk I/O (gzdir_vtkio=1) to write Cartesian coordinates and velocities that are easy to combine to a single vtk file in a post-processing step. If gzlib_vtkio=0 the gzdir output option is meant to be identical to the original ascii output, but files are all gzipped on the fly, and the output that changes with each cycle is placed into subdirectories of data_dir/ called data_dir/cycles/ For gzdir I/O, data_name is not used at all, all single output files are placed in the data_dir/ directory without prefix. - added a new rheology option, PDEPV, for pseudo-plasticity and added a corresponding description to the manual. - Modified Drive_solver stderr output to show v.v, and not only dv.dv/v.v
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