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    • Brian Panneton's avatar
      BUG: Fixed resolving file names with protocol added · 294c383c
      Brian Panneton authored
      The bug appears when trying to use a filename given as:
      file:///path/to/xmf/file.xmf and the xmf contains a reference to an h5 file.
      
      - When writing you will end up with a file called 'file:' which contains
      random data.
      - When reading, libxml2 has no problem opening the xml file however
      getRealPath() returns the wrong path for the h5 file. If you try to
      use file.xmf from the to directory (ie: read("to/xmf/file.xmf")) the
      h5 file will be loaded from 'to/file.h5'.
      
      To correct the issue, we strip out the unwanted scheme and other stuff
      in the URI and just use the path. (libxml has functions for this)
      294c383c
  9. 01 Dec, 2011 1 commit
    • Kenneth Leiter's avatar
      BUG: Fix bug when pulling in href'd xincludes. · 4fe61475
      Kenneth Leiter authored
      Additional xmf files are now read in via href'd xincludes which broke
      mapping of xmlNodePtrs to XdmfItems (which qas necessary to enable shared
      pointer representation in file).  This mapping was fixed.
      4fe61475
  10. 30 Nov, 2011 1 commit
    • Kenneth Leiter's avatar
      BUG: Fix infinite loop in XdmfCoreReader.cpp · d11ee071
      Kenneth Leiter authored
      XdmfCoreReader.cpp had a bug that resulted in an infinite loop when
      resolving xincludes. This bug was fixed. Added ability for xincludes
      to resolve href links (links to other files).
      
      Fixed formatting in XdmfWriter.cpp
      d11ee071
  11. 28 Nov, 2011 2 commits
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    • Kenneth Leiter's avatar
      ENH: Allow arbitrary elements to be partitioned by metis. · 86eefce2
      Kenneth Leiter authored
      The new version of metis uses a different format to supply connectivity
      information to the partitioning algorithm. The new format allows generic
      element types to be passed (as well as mixed topology formats). These changes
      expand the number of element types we can partition in metis (this was tested
      on high-order hexahedron, linear hexahedron, and polyline topologies)
      86eefce2
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