We, the mHM community, are proud to release mHM v5.12!
The release can be accessed here:
We have added some new features. The most notable ones are listed below.
Command line interface
There is now a command line interface. For example
you can now query the version of mhm you are using
$ mhm --version 5.12.1
or you can access a help:
$ mhm --help The mesoscale hydrological model - mHM Usage: mhm [options] <cwd> Options: <cwd> Description: The desired working directory (optional). --help / -h Description: Print this help message. --version / -v Description: Print the version of the program. --nml / -n <path> Description: The mHM configuration namelist. Default: mhm.nml --parameter / -p <path> Description: The mHM parameter namelist. Default: mhm_parameter.nml --mhm_output / -o <path> Description: The mHM output namelist. Default: mhm_outputs.nml --mrm_output / -r <path> Description: The mRM output namelist. Default: mrm_outputs.nml
Notably, the cwd option is very useful if you are working with a lot of different mHM setups. Earlier, you needed to cd into each specific directory and execute mHM. Now, if
$ mhm <path>
to execute mhm for this setup.
mHM can now run with hourly meteorological forcings for precipitation, potential evapotranspiration and temperature.
The full release notes can be found here: