 26 May, 2020 10 commits


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Resolve "Update package metadata for PyPI" Closes #55 See merge request !31

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Resolve "Do not require Fortran compiler / f2py for Wigner 3j symbols" Closes #38 See merge request !29

 25 May, 2020 4 commits


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Do not remove the wignerSymbols.f source file as this will still be useful for the C/Fortran bindings  see #14

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 24 May, 2020 10 commits


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N.B. Python parses 1 ** x as (1 ** x)

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These numbers are the Gaunt coefficients, multiplied by a factor of sqrt((2 * l_3 + 1) / (4 * pi))

 23 May, 2020 16 commits


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Merge branch '15changeylmrepresentationtostoremagnitudeandexpiphiseparately' into 'master' Resolve "Change Ylm representation to store magnitude and exp(i*phi) separately" Closes #15 See merge request !28

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Resolve "Add SPDX / fsfereuse metadata" Closes #51 See merge request !30

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Yes, the LGPL is a silly licence to use for a README but since it contains EMBLcopyrighted material I can't do anything else. TODO: Rewrite the README so it can be CCBY.

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This code was taken from: https://github.com/joeydumont/wignerSymbols/blob/master/src/wignerSymbolsfortran.f

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Copyright ownership is EMBL for the time that I was working there, and Christopher Kerr thereafter.

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These files were written after leaving EMBL so I am the sole copyright owner.

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It is likely uncopyrightable.

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File encoding is utf8 by default in Python 3 so there is no need for the '# * coding: utf8 *' line The __future__ imports 'absolute_import' and 'division' are also not necessary See #37
