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This directory contains the source code for Onelab/Mobile, the mobile version of
ONELAB for iOS and Android devices.
This directory contains the source code for the ONELAB app, the mobile version
of ONELAB for iOS and Android devices.
Copyright (C) 2014-2017 Christophe Geuzaine and Maxime Graulich, University of Liege
Copyright (C) 2014-2018 Christophe Geuzaine and Maxime Graulich, University of Liege
Onelab/Mobile (http://onelab.info) is a finite element package based on the open
source mesh generator Gmsh (http://gmsh.info) and the solver GetDP
The ONELAB (http://onelab.info) mobile app is a finite element package based on
the open source mesh generator Gmsh (http://gmsh.info) and the solver GetDP
(http://getdp.info). It can be used to simulate a wide variety of multi-physic
problems: electromagnetics, thermics, mechanics...
problems: electromagnetics, thermics, mechanics... It comes packaged with a
selection of ready-to-use examples. New models can be added simply by opening
the corresponding zip archive on your device.
Onelab/Mobile comes packaged with a selection of ready-to-use examples. New
models can be added simply by opening the corresponding zip archive on your
device: see http://onelab.info/wiki/Mobile for more information.
Onelab/Mobile is available on the AppStore and the Google Play store:
The ONELAB mobile app is available on the AppStore and the Google Play store:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/onelab/id845930897
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.geuz.onelab
Sample scripts for building Onelab/Mobile are available in utils/*_build.sh
Sample scripts for building the ONELAB mobile app are available in
utils/*_build.sh
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Onelab/Mobile is provided under the terms of the GNU General Public License
(GPL), Version 2 or later.
The ONELAB mobile app is provided under the terms of the GNU General Public
License (GPL), Version 2 or later.
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
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<li>Gmsh implements a <a href="http://onelab.info">ONELAB</a> server to drive
external solvers, as for example the open source finite
solver <a href="http://getdp.info">GetDP</a>.
<li>Gmsh and GetDP are bundled in the
<a href="http://onelab.info/wiki/Mobile">Onelab/Mobile</a> app for
<li>Gmsh and GetDP are bundled in the ONELAB app for
<a href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/onelab/id845930897">iPhone, iPad</a> and
<a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.geuz.onelab">Android</a>
devices.
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@code{DefineNumber} allows to define a ONELAB variable in-line. The
@var{expression} given as the first argument is the default value; this
is followed by the various ONELAB options. See
@uref{http://onelab.info/wiki/ONELAB_Syntax_for_Gmsh_and_GetDP} for more
information.
@uref{https://gitlab.onelab.info/doc/tutorials/wikis/Onelab-syntax-for-gmsh-and-getdp}
for more information.
@cindex Expressions, lists
......@@ -1071,10 +1071,10 @@ and @code{Sprintf}). @code{NameToString} converts a variable name into a
string.
@code{DefineString} allows to define a ONELAB variable in-line. The
@var{char-expression} given as the first argument is the default value; this
is followed by the various ONELAB options. See
@uref{http://onelab.info/wiki/ONELAB_Syntax_for_Gmsh_and_GetDP} for more
information.
@var{char-expression} given as the first argument is the default value;
this is followed by the various ONELAB options. See
@uref{https://gitlab.onelab.info/doc/tutorial/wikis/ONELAB_Syntax_for_Gmsh_and_GetDP}
for more information.
Character expressions are mostly used to specify non-numeric options and
input/output file names. See @ref{t8.geo}, for an interesting usage of
......@@ -1603,8 +1603,8 @@ Creates a new expression identifier @var{string}, with value
@item DefineConstant[ @var{string} = @{ @var{expression}|@var{char-expression}, @var{onelab-options} @} <, ...>];
Same as the previous case, except that the variable is also exchanged
with the ONELAB database if it has not been defined before. See
@uref{http://onelab.info/wiki/ONELAB_Syntax_for_Gmsh_and_GetDP} for more
information.
@uref{https://gitlab.onelab.info/doc/tutorial/wikis/ONELAB_Syntax_for_Gmsh_and_GetDP}
for more information.
@item SetNumber( @var{char-expression} , @var{expression} );
Sets the value a numeric ONELAB variable @var{char-expression}.
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