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Tip revision: 36f5b324acac508e900f74fcb6f9c7ae35fc8cbc authored by Leif Strand on 29 April 2009, 20:47 UTC
Merged r14275:14351 from trunk.
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dxgeneral.py
#!/usr/bin/env python
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#<LicenseText>
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# CitcomS.py by Eh Tan, Eun-seo Choi, and Pururav Thoutireddy.
# Copyright (C) 2002-2005, California Institute of Technology.
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'''Create OpenDX .general file for combined Citcom Data

  Usage: dxgeneral.py combined_fields ncompositions file1 [file2 [...]]
'''

import os, sys


def write(opts, ncomp, filenames):

    for filename in filenames:
        if not os.path.exists(filename):
            print 'file "%s" does not exist' % filename
            sys.exit(1)

        shape = get_shape(filename)

        outfile = filename + '.general'
        f = open(outfile, 'w')

        try:
            write_general_file(f, filename, opts, shape, ncomp)
        finally:
            f.close()

    return



def get_shape(filename):

    # the first line of the file contains the shape information
    header = open(filename).readline()
    shape = tuple([int(x) for x in header.split('x')])

    return shape



def write_general_file(f, filename, opts, shape, ncomp):

    template = '''file = %(filename)s
grid = %(shape_str)s
format = ascii
interleaving = field
majority = row
header = lines 1
field = %(opt_field_str)s
structure = %(opt_struct_str)s
type = %(opt_type_str)s

end
'''

    # mapping from opt name to field name
    field = {'comp_nd': 'composition',
             'coord': 'locations',
             'pressure': 'pressure',
             'stress': 'stress',
             'velo': 'velocity, temperature',
             'visc': 'viscosity'}

    # mapping from opt name to data structure
    struct = {'comp_nd': 'scalar',
              'coord': '3-vector',
              'pressure': 'scalar',
              'stress': '6-vector',
              'velo': '3-vector, scalar',
              'visc': 'scalar'}

    # 'comp_nd' needs special treatment
    if ncomp > 1:
        struct['comp_nd'] = '%d-vector' % ncomp

    # mapping from opt name to data type
    type = {'comp_nd': 'float',
            'coord': 'float',
            'pressure': 'float',
            'stress': 'float',
            'velo': 'float, float',
            'visc': 'float'}

    opt_field = []
    opt_struct = []
    opt_type = []
    for opt in opts.split(','):
        opt = opt.strip()
        opt_field.append(field[opt])
        opt_struct.append(struct[opt])
        opt_type.append(type[opt])

    # swap the order of shape for correct connectivity
    shape_str = '%d x %d x %d' % (shape[1], shape[0], shape[2])
    opt_field_str = ', '.join(opt_field)
    opt_struct_str = ', '.join(opt_struct)
    opt_type_str = ', '.join(opt_type)

    f.write(template % vars())
    return



if __name__ == '__main__':

    if len(sys.argv) < 3:
        print __doc__
        sys.exit(1)

    opts = sys.argv[1]
    ncomp = int(sys.argv[2])
    filenames = sys.argv[3:]

    write(opts, ncomp, filenames)


# End of file
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