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  14. 12 Jan, 2017 3 commits
    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      ENH: avoid deprecated paraview method SetImmediateUpdate() · f47e8513
      Mark Olesen authored
      - add support for patch names in block mesh reader.
      f47e8513
    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      ENH: command-line query for the OPENFOAM_PLUS wmake value (issue #378) · 23d24a51
      Mark Olesen authored
      Examples,
      
          wmakePrintBuild -plus
      
      Check if value is known
      (ie, everything configured and also OpenFOAM+):
      
          if wmakePrintBuild -plus >/dev/null 2>&1
          then
              echo YES
          else
              echo NO
          fi
      
      Check if version is new enough
      
          if ofver=$(wmakePrintBuild -plus 2>/dev/null) && [ "$ofver" -ge 1612 ]
          then
              echo YES
          else
              echo NO
          fi
      
      Conditionals
      
          ofver=$(wmakePrintBuild -plus 2>/dev/null)
          case "${ofver:=0}" in
          1612)
              echo "something for 1612
              ;;
          1706)
              echo "something for 1706
              ;;
          esac
      23d24a51
    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      ENH: refactor paraview readers code to avoid duplication · ecb80a2e
      Mark Olesen authored
      - as originally intended years ago, but never actually done.
      
      - use 'foamPvCore' instead of 'vtkPVReaders' to avoid potential name
        collisions with any 'vtk*' files and since we may reuse these
        functions in other foam-paraview modules (not just readers).
      
      STYLE: use same font size/colour for patch-names as for point-numbers
      
      BUG: repair issue with single time-step
      
      - paraview time-selector returns '0' as the requested time if there is
        only one time step. However, if we have skipped the 0/ directory,
        this single time step is likely a non-zero value.
      ecb80a2e
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