Most certainly. I will need a few hours before I can get to it.bernd wrote:@sgrogan: would you provide win builts for makkemal to work with and for testing for others?
makkemal wrote:Holding thumbs I got it right now, I redid everything about 10 times
win builds here:bernd wrote: @sgrogan: would you provide win builts for makkemal to work with and for testing for others?
Thanks very helpful, but can you explain to me why is is better to split in three files ?- you may have a look at Przemo's comments too. See http://pha.geofinder.eu/D27
I have no idea what need to be fixed here ?TestFem needs to be fixed
I think this should stay as is, with only a single prescribed displacement the fem model is not fully constrained, typical symmetry problemwe should allow to do an static calculation without force constraint if a prescribed constraint is in the analysis (FemTools.py)
change to Workbench Test framework --> click on Self-test --> choose TestFem --> click on Start --> to see the errors in the *.inp filesmakkemal wrote:...I have no idea what need to be fixed here ?TestFem needs to be fixedPrzemoF wrote:I guess that "TestFem needs to be fixed" means that your code changes introduce changes in the .inp file and it causes our internal tests to fail. The tests are designed to catch problems by comparing a generated .inp file with a template file. To run the tests start "FreeCAD -t 0" from command line or go to Test workbench and start them manually.
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import unittest suite = unittest.TestSuite() suite.addTest(unittest.defaultTestLoader.loadTestsFromName("TestFem")) r = unittest.TextTestRunner() r.run(suite)
Have a look at this commit in master https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD/comm ... diff=split This is how the file looked before https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD/blob ... ickness.pymakkemal wrote: Thanks very helpful, but can you explain to me why is is better to split in three files ?