v3.09 (28.02.2017)

  • new feature: fix_singularities-command
  • new feature: fix_junctions-command
  • new feature: macro_refine-command (= refine + make_macro_mesh)
  • new feature: subdivide-command
  • new feature: levelset-commad
  • new feature: duplicate_random_vertices- and duplicate_random_elements-command
  • new feature: shuffle_vertices-command
  • new feature: pointcloud_of_duplicate_vertices-command
  • new feature: All mesh-repairing commands except for repair, retriangulate and delete_inner_elements now allow updating vertex- and element-vectors.
  • decimate-, decimate_edge_length-, decimate_element_count- and decimate_inner_angle-commands have been revised and are much more stable now.
  • delete_protruding_elements and fix_holes now have an optional argument factor which allows to limit the size of deleted mesh-protrusions.
  • Completely rewrote delete_duplicate_vertices. It should be very stable and fast now. It now also features an epsilon-argument for specifying a numerical tolerance. Consequently, clean_mesh features this new argument, as well.
  • delete_box_faces now has an option to selectively delete faces in some but not all dimensions.
  • read_3d is not identical to read anymore: vtu-files with all z-coords=0 will still be 3D for read_3d but not for read.
  • AMDiS-file-reader is now more general and accepts entries in almost any order.
  • Compiler-option -DPRECISION_FP80 is no longer supported.
  • bugfix: Fixed a numerical instability in commands involving coordinate-sorting like make_periodic.
  • bugfix: delete_protruding_elements did not work for holes of size 2, now it works and also deletes unused vertices even if they do not have anything to do with protruders.
  • bugfix: delete_unused_vertices now respects multi-component-vectors and updates them correctly.
  • bugfix: pvtu-reader did not set correct element-indices which would make it impossible to refine a mesh-partitioning created by pvtu-reader.
  • bugfix: pvtu-reader did not read contained vtu-files relative to pvtu-filepath.