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Posted: 28 Sep 2017, 16:49
by mzenker
Hi all,

the message below has just been posted on the gmsh mailing list. This might be of interest for gmsh users who want to write scripts in Python instead of gmsh's native language.


Hi everyone,

I've just released pygmsh 4.0 [1], a Python frontend for Gmsh. The major enhancement this time is support for Gmsh 3.0's OpenCASCADE capabilties.

Install or upgrade with
pip install -U pygmsh
I'll be happy about feedback of any kind.



Re: pygmsh

Posted: 02 Nov 2018, 14:36
by MrBenson

It'll be nice to have the same dev for Elmer, i mean using python natural language for sif file.

Re: pygmsh

Posted: 02 Nov 2018, 14:42
by mzenker

you can always write a sif file and launch ElmerSolver with a system call.