MOAB: Mesh Oriented datABase  (version 5.2.1)
propagate_tags.cpp File Reference
#include <iostream>
#include <vector>
#include <cstdlib>
#include "parse.hpp"
#include "moab/Core.hpp"
#include "moab/Range.hpp"
#include "moab/Interface.hpp"
#include "Internals.hpp"
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Defines

#define IS_BUILDING_MB
#define CALL(A, B)

Functions

static void usage (bool error=true)
static void about (bool error=true)
static void parse_error (const char *msg, const char *val=0)
int main (int argc, char *argv[])

Variables

Interface * iface = 0
const char * exe_name = 0

Define Documentation

#define CALL (   A,
 
)
Value:
do                                                                                          \
    {                                                                                           \
        ErrorCode _r = iface->A B;                                                              \
        if( MB_SUCCESS != _r )                                                                  \
        {                                                                                       \
            std::cerr << #A << #B << " failed at " << __FILE__ << ":" << __LINE__ << std::endl; \
            exit( 5 );                                                                          \
        }                                                                                       \
    } while( false )

Definition at line 41 of file propagate_tags.cpp.

Referenced by main().

#define IS_BUILDING_MB

Definition at line 35 of file propagate_tags.cpp.


Function Documentation

static void about ( bool  error = true) [static]

Definition at line 120 of file propagate_tags.cpp.

References moab::error(), and usage.

Referenced by main().

{
    std::ostream& s = error ? std::cerr : std::cout;
    s << "A utility to propogate tag values from the entity sets "
         "containing mesh entities to the entities contained in "
         "those sets."
      << std::endl
      << std::endl;
    usage( error );
}
int main ( int  argc,
char *  argv[] 
)

Definition at line 140 of file propagate_tags.cpp.

References about(), moab::Range::begin(), CALL, moab::Range::clear(), moab::CREATE_HANDLE(), moab::Range::end(), entities, exe_name, TagSpec::handle, iface, moab::Range::lower_bound(), mb_core, MB_SUCCESS, MB_TAG_BYTES, MB_TAG_CREAT, MB_TAG_NOT_FOUND, MB_TAG_SPARSE, MBEDGE, MBENTITYSET, moab::Range::merge(), parse_error(), parse_tag_create(), parse_tag_spec(), smoab::UNION, usage, TagSpec::value, and value().

{
    Core mb_core;
    exe_name = argv[0];
    iface    = &mb_core;

    if( argc == 1 ) about();

    // find file names
    // load input file before processing other options so
    // tags are defined
    const char* input_name  = 0;
    const char* output_name = 0;
    for( int i = 1; i < argc; ++i )
    {
        if( argv[i][0] == '-' )
        {
            switch( argv[i][1] )
            {
                case 't':
                case 'c':
                case 'd':
                case 'w':
                    ++i;
                case 'n':
                case 'e':
                case 'E':
                    break;
                case 'h':
                    usage( false );
                    break;
                default:
                    parse_error( "Invalid option", argv[i] );
                    break;
            }
        }
        else if( !input_name )
            input_name = argv[i];
        else if( !output_name )
            output_name = argv[i];
        else
            parse_error( "Unexpected argument", argv[i] );
    }

    if( !input_name ) parse_error( "No input file specified." );
    if( !output_name ) parse_error( "No output file specified." );

    // Read the input file
    if( MB_SUCCESS != iface->load_mesh( input_name ) )
    {
        std::cerr << "Failed to read file: " << input_name << std::endl;
        std::string message;
        if( MB_SUCCESS == iface->get_last_error( message ) ) std::cerr << message << std::endl;
        return 2;
    }

    bool nodes_spec            = false;
    bool elems_spec            = false;
    bool node_from_elem_spec   = false;
    bool have_data_tag         = false;
    const char* write_tag_name = 0;
    Tag write_tag              = 0;
    TagSpec data_tag           = { 0, 0 };
    typedef std::vector< TagSpec > TagVect;
    TagVect ident_tags;
    int data_size = 0;

    for( int i = 1; i < argc; ++i )
    {
        if( argv[i] == input_name || argv[i] == output_name )
            continue;
        else if( !strcmp( argv[i], "-n" ) )
            nodes_spec = true;
        else if( !strcmp( argv[i], "-e" ) )
            elems_spec = true;
        else if( !strcmp( argv[i], "-E" ) )
        {
            node_from_elem_spec = true;
            elems_spec          = true;
            nodes_spec          = false;
        }
        else if( !argv[i][0] )
            usage();
        else
        {
            char flag = argv[i][1];
            if( ( flag != 't' && flag != 'd' && flag != 'w' && flag != 'c' ) || argv[i][2] )
                parse_error( "Invalid argument", argv[i] );

            ++i;
            if( i == argc ) parse_error( "Expected tag spec following option", argv[i - 1] );

            if( flag == 'w' )
            {
                if( write_tag_name ) parse_error( "Invalid argument", argv[i] );
                write_tag_name = argv[i];
            }
            else if( flag == 'c' )
            {
                TagSpec spec;
                if( parse_tag_create( argv[i], spec, iface ) ) parse_error( "Failed to parse tag spec", argv[i] );

                if( have_data_tag ) parse_error( "Invalid argument", argv[i] );

                data_tag      = spec;
                have_data_tag = true;
            }
            else
            {
                TagSpec spec;
                if( parse_tag_spec( argv[i], spec, iface ) ) parse_error( "Failed to parse tag spec", argv[i] );

                if( flag == 'd' )
                {
                    if( have_data_tag ) parse_error( "Invalid argument", argv[i] );

                    data_tag      = spec;
                    have_data_tag = true;
                }
                else
                {
                    ident_tags.push_back( spec );
                }
            }
        }
    }  // for(args)

    // if neither, default to both
    if( !nodes_spec && !elems_spec ) nodes_spec = elems_spec = true;

    // must have at least one identifying tag
    if( ident_tags.empty() ) parse_error( "At least one identifying tag must be specified." );

    // If data tag wasn't specified, use identifying tag for data
    if( !have_data_tag )
    {
        if( ident_tags.size() > 1 ) parse_error( "No data tag specified." );
        data_tag.value  = 0;
        data_tag.handle = ident_tags[0].handle;
    }
    CALL( tag_get_bytes, ( data_tag.handle, data_size ) );

    // If write dat wasn't specified, use data tag
    if( !write_tag_name ) { write_tag = data_tag.handle; }
    // If write tag was specified, if it exists its type
    // msut match that of the data tag.  If it doesn't exist,
    // create it.
    else
    {
        DataType data_type;
        CALL( tag_get_data_type, ( data_tag.handle, data_type ) );

        CALL( tag_get_handle,
              ( write_tag_name, data_size, data_type, write_tag, MB_TAG_SPARSE | MB_TAG_BYTES | MB_TAG_CREAT ) );
    }

    /**************** Done processing input -- do actual work ****************/

    // Get list of sets with identifying tags
    Range sets, temp;
    for( TagVect::iterator i = ident_tags.begin(); i != ident_tags.end(); ++i )
    {
        const void* value[] = { i->value };
        CALL( get_entities_by_type_and_tag, ( 0, MBENTITYSET, &i->handle, i->value ? value : 0, 1, temp ) );
        sets.merge( temp );
    }

    // For each set, set tag on contained entities
    std::vector< unsigned char > tag_data( data_size );
    for( Range::iterator i = sets.begin(); i != sets.end(); ++i )
    {
        // Get tag value
        ErrorCode rval = iface->tag_get_data( data_tag.handle, &*i, 1, &tag_data[0] );
        if( MB_TAG_NOT_FOUND == rval )
        {
            if( !data_tag.value )
            {
                std::cerr << "Data tag not set for entityset " << iface->id_from_handle( *i ) << std::endl;
                continue;
            }
            memcpy( &tag_data[0], data_tag.value, data_size );
        }
        else if( MB_SUCCESS != rval )
        {
            CALL( tag_get_data, ( data_tag.handle, &*i, 1, &tag_data[0] ) );
        }

        // Get entities
        Range entities;
        CALL( get_entities_by_handle, ( *i, entities, true ) );
        int junk;
        Range::iterator eb = entities.lower_bound( entities.begin(), entities.end(), CREATE_HANDLE( MBEDGE, 0, junk ) );
        if( elems_spec )
            for( Range::iterator j = eb; j != entities.end(); ++j )
                CALL( tag_set_data, ( write_tag, &*j, 1, &tag_data[0] ) );
        if( nodes_spec )
            for( Range::iterator j = entities.begin(); j != eb; ++j )
                CALL( tag_set_data, ( write_tag, &*j, 1, &tag_data[0] ) );
        if( node_from_elem_spec )
        {
            Range elems;
            elems.merge( eb, entities.end() );
            entities.clear();
            CALL( get_adjacencies, ( elems, 0, false, entities, Interface::UNION ) );
            for( Range::iterator j = entities.begin(); j != entities.end(); ++j )
                CALL( tag_set_data, ( write_tag, &*j, 1, &tag_data[0] ) );
        }
    }

    // Write the output file
    if( MB_SUCCESS != iface->write_mesh( output_name ) )
    {
        std::cerr << "Failed to write file: " << output_name << std::endl;
        std::string message;
        if( MB_SUCCESS == iface->get_last_error( message ) ) std::cerr << message << std::endl;
        return 2;
    }

    return 0;
}
static void parse_error ( const char *  msg,
const char *  val = 0 
) [static]

Definition at line 131 of file propagate_tags.cpp.

References exe_name.

Referenced by main().

{
    std::cerr << msg;
    if( val ) std::cerr << ": " << val;
    std::cerr << std::endl;
    std::cerr << "Try '" << exe_name << " -h' for help" << std::endl;
    exit( 1 );
}
static void usage ( bool  error = true) [static]

Definition at line 55 of file propagate_tags.cpp.

References moab::error(), exe_name, and tag_syntax().

{
    std::ostream& s = error ? std::cerr : std::cout;

    s << "Usage: " << exe_name << " <options> <input_file> <output_file>" << std::endl
      << "       " << exe_name << " -h" << std::endl
      << "Options: " << std::endl
      << "  -t <ident_tag>[=<value>]  " << std::endl
      << "  -d <data_tag>[=<default>] " << std::endl
      << "  -c <data_tag=type:size>[=defult] " << std::endl
      << "  -w <write_tag>            " << std::endl
      << "  -n|-e|-E                  " << std::endl
      << std::endl;
    if( error )
    {
        s << "Try '-h' for verbose help." << std::endl;
        exit( 1 );
    }

    s << "This utility will write tag data to a subset of the mesh entities " << std::endl
      << "contained in a file.  The behavior is controlled by three main " << std::endl
      << "properties:" << std::endl
      << " 1) The ident_tag is used to identify sets of entities for which " << std::endl
      << "    data will be stored on each contained element or node. The -n " << std::endl
      << "    or -e flags can be used to restrict operation to only nodes or " << std::endl
      << "    elements, respectively." << std::endl
      << " 2) The data_tag is used to identify which value to write on to " << std::endl
      << "    each entity.  This is a tag on the set containing the entities." << std::endl
      << " 3) The write_tag is the name of the tag that the data is stored in " << std::endl
      << "    on each mesh entity." << std::endl
      << std::endl
      << " -t : Specify an ident_tag.  If a value is specified, only those " << std::endl
      << "      sets with the specified value are processed.  At least one " << std::endl
      << "      ident_tag must be specified.  Multiple ident_tags may be " << std::endl
      << "      specified, in which case any set that matches any of the " << std::endl
      << "      specified ident_tags will be processed (logical OR)." << std::endl
      << std::endl
      << " -d : Specify the data_tag.  If multiple ident_tags are specified " << std::endl
      << "      then the data_tag must be specified.  If only one ident_tag " << std::endl
      << "      is specified then the data_tag specification is optional." << std::endl
      << "      If no data_tag is specified, the value of the ident_tag " << std::endl
      << "      will be used.  If a value is specified for the data_tag, " << std::endl
      << "      then the specified value will be used for any set that " << std::endl
      << "      doesn't have a value for the data_tag." << std::endl
      << std::endl
      << " -c : Similar to -d, except that the tag is created if it doesn't" << std::endl
      << "      already exist.  If the tag is created, then all entities" << std::endl
      << "      receive the specified default value for the tag.  In this " << std::endl
      << "      case it is an error if no default value is specified." << std::endl
      << std::endl
      << " -w : Specify the tag to create and store values in on mesh " << std::endl
      << "      entities.  If no write_tag is specified, the data_tag " << std::endl
      << "      will be used." << std::endl
      << std::endl
      << " -n : Write tag data only on nodes (vertices)." << std::endl
      << " -e : Write tag data only on elements." << std::endl
      << " -E : Tag value on each node is that of one of its adjacent elements." << std::endl
      << std::endl
      << "The syntax for specifying tag values is as follows: " << std::endl
      << std::endl;
    tag_syntax( s );
    s << std::endl;
    exit( 0 );
}

Variable Documentation

const char* exe_name = 0

Definition at line 53 of file propagate_tags.cpp.

Referenced by main(), parse_error(), and usage().

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