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CIF2CELL RELEASE INFORMATION VERSION 1.2.10 * Fixed bug sometimes triggered by CIF's that list symmetry equivalent sites. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.9 * CIF labels now printed to CASTEP input file. * Small tweak of the RSPt interface. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.8 * The code will now stop with an error message if the chemical formula of the generated cell does not match that given by _chemical_formula_sum. Useful for example for detecting compounds with missing hydrogen atoms. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.7 * Small tweak of the RSPt interface. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.6 * Added MOPAC interface. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.5 * Added output of .cfg files suitable for QSTEM simulations. * Small bugfixes. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.4 * Adjustments in the RSPt interface. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.3 * Update of the RSPt interface. * Minor tweaks and bugfixes -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.2 * Added support fort the _space_group_symop_operation_xyz label. This fixes problems with FINDSYM output cifs. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.1 * New feature for VASP: Possibility to specify your own pseudo-potential order of priority in the VASP_PP_PRIORITY environment variable. * Bugfix in the CP2k interface. With thanks to Kirill Okhotnikov. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.2.0 * Finally, the Quantum Espresso (pwscf) interface is here! With thanks to Karim Elgammal, Mutlu Colakogullari and A. Suresh. * Minor bugfixes. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.1.5 * Improved behaviour when not being able to verify the space group data. It should now run properly if space group operations are present, even if the H-M symbol is not recognized. * Added a lot of previously unsupported H-M symbols. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.1.4 * Support for setting up VCA calculations in VASP. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.1.3 * Fixed issue when the cif file contains all the coordinates of the reducible cell, but still has symmetry operations. * Fixed issue when the initial data_ statement is missing. * Added number of valence electrons for all elements to elementdata. * A number of minor fixes. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.1.2 * Fixed bug introduced by last bugfix. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.1.1 * Fixed bug with symmetry operations not being transformed when applying the --transform-cell, --rhombohedral-diagonal and --cubic-diagonal-z options. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.1.0 * The package now bundles the prerequisite PyCifRW package and will install it automatically in case it is missing. * The standard docstring now comes with a citation of the CIF2Cell publication and a request to cite. Why do I bother you with this? Well, mainly because CIF2Cell now becomes bundled in other software packages and users may lose track of the source of the tools they are using. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.17 * Tweaks and bugfixes in the ABINIT interface (with thanks to Kevin Jorissen). * The --supercell-translation-vector option is now also known under the more informative name --supercell-prevacuum-translation and supplemented by a --supercell-postvacuum-translation option. This fixes the lack of functionality for deciding where in the unit cell the vacuum should be in slab calculations etc. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.16 * Minor tweaks of the RSPt interface -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.15 * New interface: Hutsepot -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.14 * Fixed bug in supercell generation when using python 2.7. * Improvement in installation script (checks for PyCIFRW). * Improvements in space group detection (handles full H-M symbols). -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.12 * Fixed security issues related to vectors/matrices input from the command line. * New interface: CP2K * New interface: .coo files * New interface: FHI-AIMS * Minor fixes and tweaks -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.10 * Critical bugfix in non-diagonal supercell generation. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.9 * Fixed bug in the CIF output when exporting the primitive unit cell. * Fixed bug in the VASP output when exporting unit cells with left-handed set of lattice vectors. (with thanks to Jens Kunstmann) -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.8 * The code now correctly destroys the symmetry of the system when using the --random-displacements flag. Use --random-displacements=0.0 to remove all symmetries from the output without distorting the structure. * Output to screen has been made consistent with the above change. * Included CIF's for the crystal structures of all elements in the periodic table to the CIF collection. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.7 * Bug with supercell generation with python 2.7. * Miscellaneous other minor fixes. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.6 * Fixed bug with rhombohedral/hexagonal settings in the CRYSTAL interface. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.5 * Implemented support for virtual crystal approximation setups of alloys in CASTEP. * New functionality for CASTEP interface: --castep-cartesian and --castep-atomic-units. * The CASTEP interface now supplies a full, commented out, pseudopotential block for easy editing. * The program can now take arguments and options in any order. * Fixed buggy behaviour when inconsistent space group symbols are given. * Allow for '?' and '.' for unknown space group symbols. Thanks again to Keith Refson for bug reports and help with CASTEP features. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.2 * Extended support for --force flag. * Bugfix in CRYSTAL interface. * Bugfix in EMTO interface. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 1.0.0 MAJOR NEW RELEASE. CIF2Cell leaves beta stage. Wohoo! New features include: * Usable manual/tutorial (in pdf format). * Major rework of the supercell generator to support general map matrices. This should make it possible to generate any possible supercell. * Possibility to realign the unit cell vectors. In combination with the general map matrix, this makes it easy to generate surface supercells. For convenience, there are also two predefined rotations for aligning the cubic (111) direction with the z axis and for aligning the threefold rotation axis of a rhombohedral system with the pseudocubic (111) direction. * Possibility to add random displacements to all atoms. * Support for xyz format output. * An experimental, more general --force flag to try to enforce cell creation despite any problems encountered. Not completely supported yet. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.4.5 * New interface to xband/SPRKKR. * Fixed yet another bug with rhombohedral settings. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION * Fixed bug in the Siesta interface. * Fixed bug with naming of output files for RSPt. * Added non-standard settings. * Improved handling of species designated with '?' or '.'. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION Another small patch fixing some problems provided/omitted by the previous patch related to the H-M symbols. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.4.4_1 A small patch fixing that a lot of Hermann-Mauguin symbols with the standard choice of origin and unique axes where not supported in their abbreviated form (such as C2/m for C12/m1). -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.4.4 Back on track again after the little mishap in version 0.4.3. Mostly, this release greatly extends the support for non-standard space group settings. The program now handles almost all of the ICSD database, and should detect any setting that is not handled and exit with an error message. Under the hood, the handling of the space group data has been extensively modified to make it easy to handle non-standard settings. The program now uses Hall symbols internally, because all the time having to parse the poorly standardized and/or non-unique Hermann-Mauguin symbols almost drove me insane. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.4.3 Due to problems with covering all possibilites for writing Hermann-Mauguin symbols, version 0.4.3 was unable to support large portions of popular CIF databases, and was removed from the downloading section here. This will be fixed shortly in an upcoming release, meanwhile use 0.4.2. * Reworked the space group information stored internally to more flexible and pythonic formats. * The code should now handle all reasonably normal settings (anything selectable in the Bilbao Crystallographic server) and choke in a controlled way on anything else (things like face centered monoclinic settings, which are by convention represented in an equivalent base-centered monoclinic setting). With thanks to Henning Glawe for reporting some irregular behaviour. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.4.2 Fixed serious bug in the cell generation. All users should immediately upgrade from version 0.4.1. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.4.1 Major new release. * A lot of tidying up under the hood. * Now comes with an unfinished manual. * A --setup-all flag that attempts to do a more "complete" setup. Presently only available for VASP. * Sorting of atoms in a supercell is possible. * Primitive/conventional cell treatment completely consistent for trigonal/rhombohedral systems. By default the minimal rhombohedral cell is chosen, and with --no-reduce you get the hexagonal cell. * Outputting charge state. * Exporting reference data in BibTeX format. * A LOT of bugfixes. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.2.6 * Fixed problem in setup script that made some files not install properly. * Bugfixes in supercell generation. * Speeding up the program a bit (previous version could be very slow in some circumstances). -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.2.5 * Setting up symmetry operations in matrix/translation vector format+ output of these to CASTEP. NOTE: Not yet available for supercells. * Bugfixes in cell generation without space group information and EMTO interface. * Some tidying up of the source code, splitting over more files, introducing some more convenient classes etc. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.2.3 * Bugfixes in the CASTEP interface (thanks to Keith Refson). -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.2.2 * Added reciprocal lattice vectors method to CrystalData (useful for setting up a k-space mesh). * Bugfixes. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.2.1 * Fixed problem with Python < 2.6 -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.2.0 * Translation of supercell possible. * Possibility of adding vacuum added to the supercell generator. * New input format for RSPt program. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.1.1 * A couple of minor bugfixes. * Improved error handling. * Added possibility to specify which CIF grammar to use. -------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.1 This is the first official release. Program features: * Generation of principal or primitive cell. * Generation of supercells. * Output for : ABINIT, Siesta, CPMD, CASTEP, Crystal09, elk, EMTO, exciting, Fleur, ncol, RSPt, Siesta and VASP.
Source: RELEASE_README.txt, updated 2016-01-19

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