The Met Office recently released version 1.3 of Mule. Mule is a Python API for reading & writing UM format files, and a set of utilities to replace the UM executables such as cumf and pumf.
For more information on Mule, see the user guide: https://code.metoffice.gov.uk/doc/um/index.html. (Note you will need a MOSRS account to view this page.)
Mule is available on ARCHER for the serial and login nodes. To use, a one-off setup step is required to add the Mule library to your Python path. For instructions see: wiki:ToolsAndUtilities/mule
The Central Ancillary Program (CAP) version ANCIL9.0 has now been installed on ARCHER. You can find the executables and scripts at $UMDIR/CAP9.0/build/bin. The scientific and technical guides can be found on the Met Office Science Repository.
As always, report any issues with this software to the CMS help desk.
A new version of xconv (1.93) has been released and the on-line documentation has been updated. Xconv documentation can be found here
Xconv 1.93 executables are available for the following platforms
- Linux x86 64 bit
- OS-X x86 32 bit
- OS-X x86 64 bit
and can be downloaded from here