item/— Python code for accessing & maintaining the database.
data/— Meta -data about the iTEM databases. Actual data is stored separately; see below.
models.yaml— description of the iTEM participating models & teams.
dimensions/— information about the data dimensions of the model database.
are named to match the keys in
contain model-specific metadata, including but not limited to:
regions.yaml: regional aggregation.
scenarios.yaml: descriptions of scenarios submitted to each iTEM workshop.
spec.yaml— specifications of data to be submitted for for the 3rd iTEM MIP.
item_config_example.yaml— an example configuration file.
Run the following tools on all new and modified code:
isort . && black . && mypy . && flake8
The continuous integration workflow checks that these have been applied; PRs will fail unless they are.
Document all public classes and functions following the NumPy docstring format.
Ensure new items appear in the built documentation.
All code must be importable from within
Clear all cell output, execution counts, etc. from IPython notebooks committed to the repository.
Preparing a new release¶
Before releasing, check:
https://github.com/transportenergy/actions?query=workflow:pytest+branch:master to ensure that the push and scheduled builds are passing.
https://readthedocs.org/projects/transportenergy/builds/ to ensure that the docs build is passing.
Address any failures before releasing.
doc/whatsnew.rstto replace “Next release” with the version number and date. Make a commit with a message like “Mark vX.Y.Z in whatsnew.rst”.
Tag the version, e.g.:
$ git tag v2030.10.4b4
itemuses a versioning scheme of [year].[month].[day]. For instance, the version released on October 4, 2030 will have the version
2030.10.4. Note that:
There are no leading zeroes.
If two versions are to be released in a single day—for instance, to fix a bug only spotted after release—a fourth version part can be added, e.g.
Test-build and check the source and binary packages:
$ rm -rf build dist $ python setup.py bdist_wheel sdist $ twine check dist/*
Address any warnings or errors that appear. If needed, make a new commit and go back to step (2).
Upload the packages to the TEST instance of PyPI:
$ twine upload -r testpypi dist/*
Check at https://test.pypi.org/project/transport-energy/ that:
The package can be downloaded, installed and run.
The README is rendered correctly.
Links to the documentation go to the correct version.
If not, modify the code and go back to step (2).
Upload to PyPI:
$ twine upload dist/*
Push the commit(s) and tag to GitHub:
$ git push --tags
doc/whatsnew.rstto add a new heading for the next release.