[Gmsh] Is there an "Open" script function similar to "Merge"?

John Moore johnpmooreiv at gmail.com
Thu Jan 8 19:35:16 CET 2015

I am trying to post-process large data sets stored in MESH2 ascii text
format. I loop over the views, and load them with the script function:

Merge "myfile";

I then do the visuilization on the file, and then call:

Delete View[0] so that there is only one view stored at a time.

However, I find that calling Delete View does not actually get rid of the
data that was merged, it only gets rid of the view.

So my question is: is there a way to load mesh files in a script without
merging them? If not, this functionality could be really useful.

I've included a simple script that does the above for reference.

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