Fwd: openmesh.org useful?

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Chris Barker - NOAA Federal

Jun 21, 2016, 10:49:13 AM6/21/16
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My notes about open mesh, from the pyugrid point of view.

>> It's a pretty complex system with a lot of functionality that we don't
>> need for doing data analysis and post processing of model results. (
>> though it does support general polygonal meshes, which is pretty cool
>> )
>> It's very C++y -- and appears to resolve a lot of the specialization
>> at compile time. So not sure how you would take advantage of the
>> generality from Python.
>> It follows a very different data model than UGRID ( and at least the
>> fortran-based codes) and would be hard/impossible to directly map to Numpy
>> What with Boost and all, it's a pretty heavy dependency.
>> So: good idea to keep an eye on it -- one could certainly write a
>> UGRID reader/writer for it, if anyone using it wants to be UGRID
>> compliant.

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