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Tip revision: 93827a482285dac89bdbc22d623ef4f4753ac4f5 authored by Eh Tan on 14 June 2007, 22:59 UTC
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pasteCitcomData.py
#!/usr/bin/env python
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# CitcomS.py by Eh Tan, Eun-seo Choi, and Pururav Thoutireddy.
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'''
Paste CitcomS data together

  Usage: pasteCitcomData.py datadir datafile field1,field2[,...] rank step save_dir

datadir:   directory of the output files
datafile:  prefix of the output files
field1, field2, ...: the fields to be pasted (e.g.: coord, velo)
rank:      MPI rank of the output
step:      time step of the output
save_dir:  directory for the pasted file
'''


def run(datadir, datafile, fields, rank, step, save_dir):

    datadir = expand_datadir(datadir, rank)
    outfile = '%s/%s.%s.%d.%d.pasted' % (save_dir, datafile, fields,
                                         rank, step)
    f = open(outfile, 'w')

    try:
        paste(datadir, datafile, fields, rank, step, f)
    finally:
        f.close()

    return



def paste(datadir, datafile, fields, rank, step, stream=None):
    if stream is None:
        import sys
        stream = sys.stdout

    files = []
    for infix in fields.split(','):
        f = open_file(datadir, datafile, infix, rank, step)
        strip_headerlines(f, infix)
        files.append(f)

    paste_files_and_write(stream, *files)
    return



def expand_datadir(datadir, rank):
    '''Expand the special strings in datadir
    '''

    ##
    s = "%HOSTNAME"
    try:
        datadir.index(s)
    except: pass
    else:
        from socket import gethostname
        datadir = datadir.replace(s, gethostname())

    ##
    s = "%RANK"
    try:
        datadir.index(s)
    except: pass
    else:
        datadir = datadir.replace(s, str(rank))

    ##
    if datadir == "%DATADIR":
        fp = os.popen("citcoms_datadir", "r")
        datadir = fp.readline().strip()
        fp.close()

    return datadir



def open_file(datadir, datafile, infix, rank, step):

    if infix == 'coord':
        filename = '%s/%s.%s.%d' % (datadir, datafile, infix, rank)
    else:
        filename = '%s/%s.%s.%d.%d' % (datadir, datafile, infix, rank, step)

    f = open(filename, 'r')
    return f



def strip_headerlines(f, infix):
    '''Remove the header lines from f
    '''

    # how many header lines for each infix
    headers = {'coord': 1,
               'botm': 1,
               'comp_nd': 1,
               'pressure': 2,
               'stress': 2,
               'surf': 1,
               'velo': 2,
               'visc': 1}

    nlines = headers[infix]
    for i in range(nlines):
        f.readline()

    return



def paste_files_and_write(stream, *files):
    # zip all file iterators in one
    from itertools import izip
    lines = izip(*files)

    # read all files simulataneously
    for line in lines:
        line = ' '.join([x.strip() for x in line]) + '\n'
        stream.write(line)

    return



if __name__ == '__main__':

    import sys

    if len(sys.argv) < 6:
        print __doc__
        sys.exit()


    datadir = sys.argv[1]
    datafile = sys.argv[2]
    fields = sys.argv[3]
    rank = int(sys.argv[4])
    step = int(sys.argv[5])
    save_dir = sys.argv[6]

    run(datadir, datafile, fields, rank, step, save_dir)


# End of file
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