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NAME

       pysph_viewer - viewer to view the output of results. Usage:

DESCRIPTION

       Usage: pysph_viewer [-v] <trait1=value> <trait2=value> [files.npz]

       If  *.npz  files  are  not  supplied  it  will connect to a running solver, if not it will
       display the given files.

       The arguments <trait1=value> are optional settings like host, port and authkey  etc.   The
       following traits are available:

       host   -- hostname/IP address to connect to.

       port   -- Port to connect to

       authkey
              -- authorization key to use.

       interval
              -- time interval to refresh display

       pause_solver
              -- Set True/False, will pause running solver

       movie_directory -- directory to dump movie files (automatically set if not
              supplied)

       record -- True/False: record movie, i.e. store screenshots of display.

       play   -- True/False: Play all stored data files.

       loop   -- True/False: Loop over data files.

OPTIONS

       --------

       -h/--help
              prints this message.

       -v     sets verbose mode which will print solver connection status failures on stdout.

       Examples:: ----------

              $ pysph_viewer interval=10 host=localhost port=8900
              $ pysph_viewer foo.npz
              $ pysph_viewer *.npz play=True loop=True

       pysph_viewer [-v] <trait1=value> <trait2=value> [files.npz]

       If  *.npz  files  are  not  supplied  it  will connect to a running solver, if not it will
       display the given files.

       The arguments <trait1=value> are optional settings like host, port and authkey  etc.   The
       following traits are available:

       host   -- hostname/IP address to connect to.

       port   -- Port to connect to

       authkey
              -- authorization key to use.

       interval
              -- time interval to refresh display

       pause_solver
              -- Set True/False, will pause running solver

       movie_directory -- directory to dump movie files (automatically set if not
              supplied)

       record -- True/False: record movie, i.e. store screenshots of display.

       play   -- True/False: Play all stored data files.

       loop   -- True/False: Loop over data files.

       --------

       -h/--help
              prints this message.

       -v     sets verbose mode which will print solver connection status failures on stdout.

       Examples:: ----------

              $ pysph_viewer interval=10 host=localhost port=8900
              $ pysph_viewer foo.npz
              $ pysph_viewer *.npz play=True loop=True

SEE ALSO

       The  full  documentation  for pysph_viewer is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info
       and pysph_viewer programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info pysph_viewer

       should give you access to the complete manual.