Gerris

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The Gerris flow solver simulation engine is launched from the command line with either gerris2D or gerris3D; the command line arguments and syntax are identical in either case. They can be found with the -h --help option.

In particular, to GfsDefine macros, Gerris must be launched with either -m or -D.

-s N --split=N splits the domain N times and returns the corresponding simulation
-i --pid keep box pids when splitting
-p N --partition=N partition the domain in 2^N subdomains and returns the corresponding simulation
-b N --bubble=N partition the domain in N subdomains and returns the corresponding simulation
-d --data when splitting or partitioning, output all data
-P --profile profiles calls to boundary conditions
-m --macros Turn macros support on
-DNAME --define=NAME defines NAME as a macro (macro support is implicitly turned on)
-DNAME=VALUE --define=NAME=VALUE ditto, expanding it to VALUE
-IDIR --include=DIR Append DIR to macro include path
-eEV --event=EV Evaluates GfsEvent EV and returns the simulation
-B --debug Enables debugging messages
-v --verbose Display more messages
-h --help display this help and exit
-V --version output version information and exit
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