Difference between revisions of "Get Xdmf"

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The old version of this page can be found at [http://xdmf.org/index.php/Get_Xdmf_original]
 
The old version of this page can be found at [http://xdmf.org/index.php/Get_Xdmf_original]
  
Xdmf depends on zlib and hdf5 and had a header only dependency on boost. You must obtain and build those projects before you can build xdmf.
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Xdmf depends on hdf5 and has a header only dependency on boost. You must obtain and build those projects before you can build xdmf.
To use Xdmf from Python, Tcl or Java you will also need swig.
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To use Xdmf from Python or Java you will also need swig.
  
 
To obtain xdmf:
 
To obtain xdmf:
* git clone git://public.kitware.com/Xdmf.git
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* git clone git://xdmf.org/Xdmf.git
 
* mkdir build
 
* mkdir build
 
* cd build
 
* cd build
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To use xdmf from wrapped languages you will need to configure XDMF_WRAP_PYTHON, or XDMF_WRAP_JAVA on in ccmake.
 
To use xdmf from wrapped languages you will need to configure XDMF_WRAP_PYTHON, or XDMF_WRAP_JAVA on in ccmake.
  
Xdmf is also mirrored in VTK. To use XDMF within VTK, simply turn on Module_vtkIOXdmf2 or Module_vtkIOXdmf3 on the advanced options page of you VTK configuration.
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Xdmf is mirrored in VTK which has reader and writer classes the call into XDMF to do file IO. To use XDMF within VTK, simply turn on Module_vtkIOXdmf2 or Module_vtkIOXdmf3 on the advanced options page of you VTK configuration.

Revision as of 13:01, 3 April 2016

The old version of this page can be found at [1]

Xdmf depends on hdf5 and has a header only dependency on boost. You must obtain and build those projects before you can build xdmf. To use Xdmf from Python or Java you will also need swig.

To obtain xdmf:

To use xdmf from wrapped languages you will need to configure XDMF_WRAP_PYTHON, or XDMF_WRAP_JAVA on in ccmake.

Xdmf is mirrored in VTK which has reader and writer classes the call into XDMF to do file IO. To use XDMF within VTK, simply turn on Module_vtkIOXdmf2 or Module_vtkIOXdmf3 on the advanced options page of you VTK configuration.