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Improve CHANGELOG.md by mentioning a new feature and pointing to the release branch

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(cherry picked from commit 4455a367)

451abb59 Improve CHANGELOG.md by mentioning a new feature and pointing to the release branch
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- `extractmodulepart.sh` no longer creates an install file, instead, you can now generate install scripts for your module using the new script `bin/util/makeinstallscript.py`.
- Note: the old shell scripts will be removed after release 3.4.
- __Python bindings__: There is now a small finite volume example included in the Python tests using the wrapped grid geometry and problem, see [test_explicit_transport_cctpfa.py](https://git.iws.uni-stuttgart.de/dumux-repositories/dumux/-/blob/releases/3.4/test/python/test_explicit_transport_cctpfa.py).
- __Law for water vapor viscosity in gas mixtures changed__: Polynomial laws for determining the viscosity of vater vapor in gas mixtures are introduced and applied by the new function `h2oGasViscosityInMixture`. The polynomial laws give a better approximation of the gas viscosity especially at higher temperatures ( >273.15 K) and a high water vapor content.
- __Newton line search__: The line search algorithm decreases the step size until the residual decreases. The lower bound
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- __Material / Constant component__: The `Component::Constant` can now be used in non-isothermal simulation. Simple relations
for internal energy and enthalpy depending on temperature and constant heat capacity have been added.
- __Linear PDE solver__: The `LinearPDESolver` can reuse the matrix and thus avoid unnecessary reassembly. See [test/porousmediumflow/tracer/constvel/main.cc](https://git.iws.uni-stuttgart.de/dumux-repositories/dumux/-/blob/releases/3.4/test/porousmediumflow/tracer/constvel/main.cc#L119) for an example.
- __Ordering strategies for UMFPack__:
It is now possible to [choose an ordering strategy](https://git.iws.uni-stuttgart.de/dumux-repositories/dumux/-/blob/master/dumux/linear/seqsolverbackend.hh#L851) for UMFPack via the runtime parameter `LinearSolver.UMFPackOrdering` or by calling the `setOrdering()` method of `UMFPackBackend`. This can have a positive effect on the solver's performance, depending on the matrix structure.
It is now possible to [choose an ordering strategy](https://git.iws.uni-stuttgart.de/dumux-repositories/dumux/-/blob/releases/3.4/dumux/linear/seqsolverbackend.hh#L851) for UMFPack via the runtime parameter `LinearSolver.UMFPackOrdering` or by calling the `setOrdering()` method of `UMFPackBackend`. This can have a positive effect on the solver's performance, depending on the matrix structure.
- __Add setRetryTimeStepReductionFactor() function to NewtonSolver__:
This function allows to set the factor by which the time step is reduced after a failed iteration. Can be used, e.g., for custom Newton solvers inheriting from this class and using a more sophisticated time step management.
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- __Add linearRegression() function to math.hh__:
This function gets a set of (x, y) data and calculates/returns the intercept and the slope of the regression line using the standard least squares method.
- __Python bindings__: There is now a small finite volume example included in the Python tests using the wrapped grid geometry and problem.
- __Shallow water__: Added a heuristic turbulence model based on a mixing length and resulting in a turbulent viscosity term.
### Immediate interface changes not allowing/requiring a deprecation period:
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