On 03/15/2014 11:31 PM, Andreas Kloeckner wrote:
saurav <saurav(a)sas.upenn.edu> writes:
Thanks for this wonderful program.
How may I save the boundary marker along with the nodes, using
save_nodes() method. I am following the test_tetgen.py example very
Since tetgen isn't doing this for you (apparently--I haven't
think you're best served defining your own file format (See Python's
pickle module for an easy way).
Thanks for your reply. Tetgen can be made to flag the nodes that it
provides with a boundary marker (1 or 0). I have done this via the
first line of the node list of a .poly file---by setting the last number
Is there a way in MashPy to set this option? I have looked at
set_points() in MeshInfoBase, but was unable to figure it out. If I
can do this, I can then, output my own file format as you suggest.