setting up pvpython to act like parafoam
I used trace to generate a python script that would add a slice to a model and render it. It works fine when I run:
but it opens up paraview to do the rendering. I wanted to do all this from the commandline so I tried using pvpython and pvbatch but they cannot find the source.
I examined the the paraFoam script and it seems to be creating a config file that specifies the initial source but when I open x.OpenFOAM but there is nothing in it.
My question is how do I get pvpython to load my source in the same way paraFoam does?
I also tried pyFoamPVSnapshot.py but it seems to be expecting an older version of paraview, has it been deprecated?
It turns out paraFoam just creates a dummy file, e.g.; cfd.OpenFOAM and then calls paraview with the command:
The equivalent can be done in a pvpython script by calling:
cfd_OpenFOAM = PV3FoamReader( FileName='/home/cfd/cfd.OpenFOAM' )
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