[Gmsh] Parameters automaticaly replaced
cag32 at case.edu
Sat Nov 25 19:46:15 CET 2006
Collette Yann wrote:
> What can I use to save the geometry ?
You don't have to save the geometry: it's always "saved" automatically.
(Every time you make a modification in the GUI, the .geo file gets updated.)
> I can't anything else than "Save As->Gmsh unrolled geometry" to save
> under .geo.
> Le samedi 25 novembre 2006 16:23, vous avez écrit :
>> Collette Yann wrote:
>>> I've tried to define a parametrized geometry.
>>> When I save the geometry in a file and look inside the file, all the
>>> parameters have been replaced by values.
>>> How do I prevent gmsh to replace the parameters ?
>> Hi Yann - Don't use "Save As->Gmsh unrolled geometry". As its name
>> indicates, the purpose of saving an "unrolled" geometry is precisely to
>> "unroll" all the definitions, parameters, loops, etc.
>> When you work with Gmsh, as soon as you make a modification in the model
>> interactively, the .geo file is modified (in real time--no need to save
>> anything by hand). Commands are simply appended at the end of the
>> current project file.
>> (The "Save As->Gmsh unrolled geometry" is there pretty much only for
>> debugging purposes; and it can also be useful when deling with large
>> models, where it can help speed up model loading time).
>>> Your sincerely,
>>> Yann COLLETTE
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