Geomview For Windows?
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[G.Cardew at sheffield.ac.uk: Re: GEOMVIEW package]
Forwarding to software@geom for the record. I'll respond to this in next message. --Mark From: George Cardew <G.Cardew at sheffield.ac.uk> Subject: Re: GEOMVIEW package To: mbp at geom Date: Wed, 15 Jun 94 9:03:51 BST In-Reply-To: <9406142216.AA04921 at artin.geom.umn.edu>; from "mbp at geom.umn.edu" at Jun 14, 94 5:16 pm X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.3 PL11] > > > > ... realised that I cannot run it on our systems here in Sheffield . Ie : on > > Unix workstations running Openwindows Or on PC's . The reason being that > > I dont have this 'NextStep' environment . It was stated in May 94 that ... > > The X windows version of Geomview should run on a Sun running > OpenWindows. It's very preliminary and has some problems, but is > usable for viewing simple objects. We're working on refining it, and > a better version should be available sometime in the fall. > > If you want to try the current version, it's in the file > > pub/software/geomview/geomview-1.4.2-sun.x11-beta.tar.Z > > on ftp host geom.umn.edu. > > Mark Phillips > > Thanks Mark . I have taken the above file and our systems people have placed it under /usr/local. I admit that I am at an early stage in my comprehension of what Geomview will do for us . We simply want to view 2D/3D FE MEshes produced by our code , together with zooming , rotations , aninmation , display contour fill for physical quatities ( eg. Stresses , Displacements) It is vitally important to know the answers to the following : Does Geomview require an INPUT file with all the attributes ( topologies etc.) of the mesh to have been written by us ?? Where do we find a definition of this file ? Then can we perform those operations cited above ?? Alternatively can we call Geomview modules directly from our ( Fortran) FE code ? ( eg. display a polygon - fill it - hide it etc .etc. ) With thanks, George
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