[Users] Bad Links: tools OpenDx import links
roland.haas at physics.gatech.edu
Fri Feb 22 22:54:56 CST 2013
> Thanks for the pointer.
> Most people these days prefer to use VisIt over OpenDX; see<
> http://cactuscode.org/documentation/visualization/VisIt/>. The VisIt
> importers are actively used and maintained. I'm unsure about OpenDX.
> The OpenDX importer was located in a CVS repository named
> Visualization/OpenDX at cvs.cct.lsu.edu:/numrel, but we migrated to SVN
> some time ago. I don't know where it is located now -- does anybody else
Yes. It's in svn.
svn co http://svn.cactuscode.org/VizTools/OpenDXutils/trunk/
I dropped the ball a bit here. David had been in contact with me (via
private email) before concerning this issue but I eventually referred
him to the Cactus users list since I do not have write access to the
So if somebody with write access would either update the link to point
to svn or remove the errant page (I assume the page was lost when
switching content management systems a while ago?), that would be
helpful. Do we still actively support the OpenDX reader at all? From the
filenames there *is* a Carpet reader.
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