This page contains a summary of significant changes across all Cylc components for each release.
For more detail see the component changelogs:
Upgrade To The Latest Jupyter Releases
If you are utilising Cylc’s multi-user functionality then your configuration will require some changes to work with these releases.
See Authorizing Others to Access Your Workflows for more details
Configure The Default View
You can now configure the view which is opened by default when you navigate to a new workflow in the GUI. Navigate to the settings page to select your chosen view.
In the future we plan to support configuring a layout of multiple views and configuring certain options on those views.
When workflows are
cylc reload), Cylc will now pause the workflow and wait for any
preparing tasks to be submitted before proceeding with the reload.
Once the reload has been completed, the workflow will be resumed.
You can now see more information about the status of the reload in the workflow status message which appears at the top of the GUI and Tui interfaces.
Workflows started with Cylc 8.0 which contain multiple flows cannot be restarted with Cylc 8.1 due to database changes.
The web UI now has a graph view which displays a visualisation of a workflow’s graph:
Family & cycle grouping as well as the ability to view graphs for stopped workflows will be added in later releases.
The web UI now has a log view which displays workflow and job log files:
Support for viewing more log files, syntax highlighting, searching and line numbers are planned for future releases.
The web UI now has a command for editing the
of a task or family.
Any changes made are broadcast to the running workflow.
New in version cylc-uiserver: 1.2.2
The web UI also has a new view for displaying task queue & run time statistics.
Two new commands have been added as short-cuts for common working patterns:
Validate, install and plays a workflow, equivalent to:
cylc validate <path> cylc install <path> cylc play <id>
Validate and reinstall a workflow, then either: - reload the workflow if it is running. - restart the workflow if it is stopped.
For more information see the command line help:
cylc vip --help cylc vr --help
Cylc now provides a high performance Bash completion script which saves you typing:
Cylc commands & options
The first official release of Cylc 8.
For a summary of changes see the migration guide.