1. 24 Feb, 2017 1 commit
  2. 02 Aug, 2007 1 commit
    • Christophe Geuzaine's avatar
      · d9091914
      Christophe Geuzaine authored
      fix some of the demos + clarify some comments
  3. 25 Jan, 2007 1 commit
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      · a50b79e6
      Christophe Geuzaine authored
      - save physicals labels when saving unrolled geometries
      - fixed crash in unrolled geo save (discrete points)
      - Delete Physicals now also deletes the physicals in GModel
      - removed unused rules and terminals in parser
      - put at least one mid-point when meshing non-straight lines
        in OCC: this fixes most of the trivial 2d meshing problems
  4. 02 Jul, 2004 1 commit
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      · 7379efb3
      Christophe Geuzaine authored
      - All extrusion commands now return a list of 2 numbers (instead of 1):
        the first, as before, is the number of the "top" of the extruded region
        (i.e., a point for extrude point, a line for extrude line, ...), the
        second is the number of the "body" of the extruded region (i.e., a
        line for extrude point, a surface for extrude line, ...).
      - "Extrude Surface" now always creates a new volume (automatically),
        EVEN WHEN THERE IS NO LAYERS SPECIFICATION. This makes it consistent
        with "Extrude Point" and "Extrude Line", which always create new
        curves and surfaces, respectively.
        Important Note: you will have to modify your old .geo files to avoid
        duplicate volume definitions if you use "Extrude Surface" without
        extruding the mesh (i.e., without the "Layers" command). These
        duplicate volumes would be harmless, but they would srew up your
        physical volume definitions later on...
        * Solution 1: use the new volumes (recommended). To do this, just
        remove your old extra volume definitions and let Gmsh create the
        extruded volumes for you. (To retrieve the volume number created by
        Gmsh, use "aa[] = Extrude Surface {...};;": the volume number is
        * Solution 2: keep the old volumes.
        a) clean way: retrieve the new volume number (aa[] = Extrude Surface
        {...};;) and delete the new volume with "Delete { Volume aa[1]; }"
        b) dirty (but handy) way: since, in order to create the new volumes
        with the less impact possible, Gmsh uses "low" numbers (actually,
        forcing "Geometry.OldNewreg=0") for the new volumes, just remove all
        "low number volumes". For example, if you have 4 "Extrude Surface" in
        your file, you can then just do "Delete{ Volume {1:4}; }"
      Voila :-)
  5. 01 Dec, 2003 1 commit
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      · 0732300d
      Christophe Geuzaine authored
      couple of bugs from he mailing list