On Fedora PETSc could not be found. This is because it uses a different directory layout than FindPETSc.cmake accommodates.
The PETSc developers prefer us all to use pkg-config through CMake, so switch to this.
We now first find pkg-config, then use the
PKG_SEARCH_MODULES macro to find PETSc.
Functions and classes, or changes to them, are documented.
User guide/documentation is updated.
Changelog is updated.
Suitable tests added for new functionality.
Contributed code is correctly formatted. (See the contributing guidelines).
License added to any new files.
No extraneous files have been added (e.g. compiler output or test data files).
On the 19.07 the code formatting (code style) was standardised using clang-format, over the whole Nektar++ code. This means changes in your branch will conflict with formatting changes on the
master branch. To resolve these conflicts , see