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Old   November 2, 2015, 10:56
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Hi all,

does anybody know if snappyHexMesh will be developed further (like improvements that are done within the version of engys?)

I am asking because the last updates does not contain any changes to the meshing application.
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Quick answer:
The developments made by OpenCFD are available to be integrated into OpenFOAM-dev, but it cannot be simply copy-pasted from one version to the other. The two development lines were most of the time made separately, so in the History repository that was made available on the 22nd of October seems to include all of the work that OpenCFD made internally since 2008. There are several work-in-progress features in the History repository that still need to be tested, diagnosed and finished.


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Hi Bruno,
still you are acting like a machine in this forum....
Thanks for the replay. I would also investigate into the meshing topic but there are so man y other things to do. At least still programming flamelet during my spare time ...

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