Commit b2343cc2 authored by Chris Cantwell's avatar Chris Cantwell

Fix instances of MeshConvert in user guide.

parent a5b6b4d2
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ mesh-generator \gmsh to the XML file format.
converted into base64. This is identified for each section by the attribute
\inltt{COMPRESSED="B64Z-LittleEndian''}. To output
in ascii format add the module option ``:xml:uncompress'' to the .xml file,
i.e. \\ \inltt{ MeshConvert file.msh newfile.xml:xml:uncompress}
i.e. \\ \inltt{ \mc file.msh newfile.xml:xml:uncompress}
\section{Exporting a mesh from \gmsh}
......@@ -290,7 +290,7 @@ converted into base64. If you wish to see an ascii output you need to
specify the output module option \inltt{uncompress} by executing:
MeshConvert Mesh.msh output.xml:xml:uncompress
NekMesh Mesh.msh output.xml:xml:uncompress
In the rest of these subsections, we discuss the various processing modules
......@@ -302,13 +302,13 @@ To extract composite surfaces 2 and 3 from a mesh use the module \inltt{extract
MeshConvert -m extract:surf=2,3 Mesh.xml output.xml
NekMesh -m extract:surf=2,3 Mesh.xml output.xml
If you also wish to have the boundaries of the extracted surface detected add the \inltt{detectbnd} option
MeshConvert -m extract:surf=2,3:detectbnd Mesh.xml output.xml
NekMesh -m extract:surf=2,3:detectbnd Mesh.xml output.xml
\subsection{Negative Jacobian detection}
......@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ The description below explains how the \inltt{GEOMETRY} section is laid out in
uncompressed ascii format. From Jan 2016 the distribution uses the compressed
format for each of the above sections. To convert a compressed xml file into
ascii format use \\
\inltt{ MeshConvert file.msh newfile.xml:xml:uncompress}
\inltt{ NekMesh file.msh newfile.xml:xml:uncompress}
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