SPHYNX has a logo! Which is basically a cool font that I found, named Space Age (by Justin Callaghan), literally in page one of sci-fi fonts in 1001freefonts.com. I like it because it has some dots that resemble SPH particles, the letters are smooth (as SPH), and the X reminds me of a sketch of an accretting neutron star with a disk...
Version 1.2 released! Not big changes, apart from an OMP loop that I changed from dynamic to static schedule. This was probably lingering around from an older version of the code, and correcting it improved the overall time in the Evrard test a 10%. I also added GNU support. Not bad for just coming from holidays!
Version 1.1 released! Several updates in many files, where a simple bug on the output was solved. Now the tar ball includes a README with detailed information about the changes in the code.
SPHYNX paper has been accepted by A&A. Woohoo! Nice way of starting the month.
Version 1.0 of the documentation is now available, including a short tutorial on how to modify the code to perform a 3D shock-bubble interaction test. ICs are also provided.
SPHYNX is publicly released. Version 1.0 can be downloaded from our brand new website.