[Gmsh] Mesh and refine from command line
cgeuzaine at ulg.ac.be
Sun Feb 5 10:42:29 CET 2017
> On 25 Jan 2017, at 19:46, Jérémy Béjanin <jbejanin at uwaterloo.ca> wrote:
> Hello, I would like to mesh a model, refine that mesh and save it from the command line, in one shot, that is without having to call gmsh twice (it seems that doing `gmsh file.geo -2 -refine -o output.msh` does not work...).
> I have found most of the options for this (eg using "Mesh 2;" followed by "RefineMesh;" in the geo file).
> I have now two questions:
> 1. How do I save the mesh using the same filename as the geo file? Is there a way to retrieve the filename from within the geo file? I have seen the "General.FileName" option, but typing "Save General.FileName;" at the end of the geo file does not work.
You could do e.g.
Save StrCat(StrPrefix(General.FileName), "_original.msh");
Save StrCat(StrPrefix(General.FileName), "_refined.msh");
> 2. I would like to run this from the command line, without the GUI appearing. Since the mesh command is already in the geo file, I cannot just call `gmsh -2` since that will perform the meshing twice...
Just run "gmsh file.geo -" (without "2")
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