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Old   August 15, 2019, 19:48
Default CCMIO Library 32-bit label maximum
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Hello everyone,

I am working with converting larger Star-CCM+ meshes into OpenFOAM. I'm currently exceeding the 32-bit label maximum, as the converter is written using doubles and int_32t variable type.

Has anyone implemented a 64-bit label version of this utility?

from the wmake/script/have_ccmio file:

Code:
    # ----------------------------------

    # The libccmio uses int32_t.
    # The OpenFOAM adapter thus requires additional work for 64-bit labels.
    # The OpenFOAM adapter was originally only designed for 'double'

    local good

    if [ "$WM_LABEL_SIZE" = 32 ]
    then
        if [ "$WM_PRECISION_OPTION" = DP ]
        then
            good=true
        else
            [ -n "$warn" ] && echo "$warn (double precision only)"
            no_ccmio
            return 1
        fi
    else
        [ -n "$warn" ] && echo "$warn (32-bit labels only)"
        no_ccmio
        return 1
    fi
	# ----------------------------------
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