[Gmsh] Bug in gmsh 1.63.2
cag32 at case.edu
Tue Mar 7 02:41:49 CET 2006
Clemens Verhoosel wrote:
> Dear gmsh-developers,
> In gmsh 1..63.2 and earlier versions it sometimes happens that if I
> create a .geo file in which I e.g. write
> lc = 0.1;
> h = 1;
> and use these parameters to define the points, that after reloading and
> reopening the .geo file, the parameters have disappeared and have been
> substituted at the places where the parameters were called. Adjusting
> sizes and mesh refinement then becomes more complicated (less flexible).
That's weird. Could you give us the exact sequence of steps that you
follow, so that we can try to reproduce this behavior over here?
> Is this a bug in the program or am I doing wrong something myself?
> Anyway, could you please help me to fix this problem?
> Best regards,
> Clemens Verhoosel
> Ph.D. student at Delft University of Technology the Netherlands
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