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Yade - manual page for Yade version: 2019.01a
usage: yade [options] [ simulation.xml[.bz2] | script.py [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 http://www.yade-dem.org, code hosted at http://www.launchpad.net/yade. 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 UPDATESCRIPTS [UPDATESCRIPTS ...] 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 simulation. --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 variable) --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. --checks Run a series of user-defined check tests as described in /yade/scripts/checks-and-tests/checks/README --performance Starts a test to measure the productivity -l IMPLIBRARIES import libraries at startup before importing yade libs. May be used when the ordering of imports matter (see e.g. https://bugs.launchpad.net/yade/+bug/1183402 /comments/3). The option can be use multiple times, as in "yade -llib1 -llib2"
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