[Gmsh] about mesh refinement by scripting
mlt at gmx.us
Fri May 14 18:24:35 CEST 2010
I believe original intent of 'utils' folder is to provide templates for
incorporation into your own code. But I guess your approach can also
work:-) Consider using options file. It will save you from few mouse clicks.
On 05/14/2010 04:13 AM, Giuseppe Zagari wrote:
> Hi David, with my pleasure I'll do it!
> In a linux terminal or in a windows cmd:
> 1) go in the directory gmsh/utils/solvers/c++/
> 2) compile the file interactive.cpp with the following command:
> ~$ g++ interactive.cpp -lreadline -ltermcap
> that produce an executable called a.out
> 3) execute gmsh in listening mode:
> ~$ gmsh -listen &
> 4) go in gmsh Tools->Options->Solver->General
> and take (or change) the socket name (by default is .gmshsock)
> ! under windows change it in 127.0.0.1:44122 <http://127.0.0.1:44122>
> 5) launch the executable of above with followed by the socket name as:
> linux: ~$ ./a.out /yourhome/.gmshsock
> windows: ~$ ./a.exe localhost:44122
> now you will get a commad line like this:
> that waiting for your input as you do in the .geo file.
> Good work!
> Best regards and thank you for gmsh
> Ing. Giuseppe Zagari, Ph. D.
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