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    If we potentially only save a subset of elements, make sure to first renumber... · d1a497bc
    Christophe Geuzaine authored
    If we potentially only save a subset of elements, make sure to first renumber the vertices that belong to those elements
    (so that we end up with a dense vertex numbering in the output file). Also first renumber the elements that will be saved.
    
    By default, for non-partitionned meshes, we will thus always have a dense numbering of nodes/elements. This potentially
    non-dense numbering (if one defined only some physical groups, not covering the whole mesh) was the main user complaint
    with the new MSH4 format. See #444.
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