[Gmsh] Incompatibility for OpenCASCADE 6.5.2 AND Polar Coordinate plotting in Post-Processing Module
cgeuzaine at ulg.ac.be
Mon Mar 12 18:35:11 CET 2012
On 12 Mar 2012, at 16:10, Lennie Song wrote:
> I have used GMSH for a long time, which is really a nice program!!
> BUT, I have got three questions to propose.
> FIRSTLY, Open CASECADE has upgraded to 6.5.2, which has made a lot of troubles for GMSH. Such as, since OCC 6.5.0
> , OCC abrogated the method Value() in many classes (fortunately, they provided SquareDistance() instead), making function "OCC_Connect::cutmap_t OCC_Connect::SelectCuttingEdges()" has to be changed. They also changed BRepMesh_FastDiscret::Add() ， which nolonger accept one argument, making statement "aMesher.Add(s)；“ in function "bool OCCFace::buildSTLTriangulation(bool force)" failed!
Hi - The SVN version has been modified to support this: give it a try.
> SECONDLY, is there any method to draw a Polar Coordinate figure? Such like diagrams in this web: http://www.earsandgears.com/2010/10/28/microphone-directionality-%E2%80%93-polar-patterns/
No. I'd by happy to integrate any contributions adding such a feature.
> THIRDLY, is there any method to draw different 2D lines in ONE diagram, which is useful to compare different them? I know GMSH can draw different different 2D lines in different view, but they are in different diagrams. I also googled an example: http://www.uker.net/Article/UploadFiles/200704/20070420114003542.bmp
> Lennie Song 2012-3-12
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Prof. Christophe Geuzaine
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