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       Yade - manual page for Yade version: 2019.01a


       usage: yade [options] [ simulation.xml[.bz2] | [script options]]

       Yade:  open-source  platform  for  dynamic  compuations.  It  is  an extensible opensource
       framework  for  discrete  numerical  models,  focused  on  Discrete  Element  Method.  The
       computation  parts  are  written  in c++ using flexible object model, allowing independent
       implementation of new algorithms and interfaces. Python is  used  for  rapid  and  concise
       scene  construction, simulation control, postprocessing and debugging. Available features:
       ['Odeint',   'VTK',   'OpenMP',   'GTS',   'GUI-Qt5',   'CGAL',   'PFVFLOW',    'LINSOLV',
       'TWOPHASEFLOW',  'SPH', 'GL2PS', 'LBMFLOW']. Homepage, code hosted

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -v, --version
              Print version and exit.

       -j THREADS, --threads THREADS
              Number  of  OpenMP  threads  to  run;  defaults  to  1.   Equivalent   to   setting
              OMP_NUM_THREADS environment variable.

       --cores CORES
              Set  number  of  OpenMP  threads  (as  \-\-threads) and in addition set affinity of
              threads to the cores given.  Please provide a string with comma-separated core-ids.

              Update deprecated class names in given  script(s)  using  text  search  &  replace.
              Changed  files  will be backed up with ~ suffix. Exit when done without running any

       --nice NICE
              Increase nice level (i.e. decrease priority) by given number.

       -x     Exit when the script finishes

       -n     Run without graphical interface (equivalent to unsetting  the  DISPLAY  environment

       --test Run  regression test suite and exit; the exists status is 0 if all tests pass, 1 if
              a test fails and 2 for an unspecified exception.

              Run    a    series    of    user-defined    check    tests    as    described    in

              Starts a test to measure the productivity

              import  libraries  at  startup  before  importing  yade  libs. May be used when the
              ordering of imports matter (see  e.g.
              /comments/3). The option can be use multiple times, as in "yade -llib1 -llib2"


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

              info Yade

       should give you access to the complete manual.