[Gmsh] Interactive gmsh command line?

Todd Pierce toddcpierce at gmail.com
Mon Oct 3 14:51:57 CEST 2016

Hi Crew,

I am completely new to gmsh.  I may have posted this question before, but
this time I actually have gmsh installed so this time I am prepared.

I was hoping to use gmsh as a "back end" to a program I am writing, similar
to the way I utilize gnuplot.  What I do there is simply start gnuplot and
hurl commands at it through a pipe and the graphic window magically opens
up with results.

Now, I know gmsh is a totally different animal.  However, if I could have a
command line to work with and throw commands at it to define the 3D
structure of something and perform meshing (among other things) this would
open up many doors.  Of critical importance would be to see the output in a
graphical window, since my program has no graphical capabilities.

Does this make sense to anybody?  Has anybody done this?


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