Sadly I also don't have time to take on this either.oliveroxtoby wrote: ↑Fri Feb 05, 2021 8:08 pm These sound great for a production environment. Personally I am trying to find the most basic possible option in terms of usability and maintenance as I don't have much time for this project, however, if you or someone else wants to take on this task I would be very happy with that!
I did create a simple Dockerfile that grabs the OpenFOAM docker image and then compiles cfMesh and HiSA into it and then downloads and untars the gmsh tarfile. It would make the process very simple - a single line to "build" the docker image specific to Cdf_Of then the same two docker commands used currently to create the container instance and then run commands within it.
Unfortunately the latest gmsh executable provided by the tarfile is compiled with C++ library versions not in the docker image from OpenFOAM and also has missing shared library dependencies. I'm not sure what Linux distro it is meant to be used with but it seems unusable here without loads of work. So I'm no further and don't have the time to start trying to build gmsh from scratch given the list of dependencies that seem to be listed in their build instructions.
Given that, what is the recommended way to go to get a fully working Cfd_of installation? Do I actually need gmsh? If not I am already sorted. If it is recommended then should I go down the BlueCFD route?