Hi Abdullah, could it be that this error is caused due to the different line endings of windows and linux text files? Linux uses just LF whereas windows uses CR+LF. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newline The newline formats can be converted easily by e.g. the windows editor Notepad++ or by the unix commands shown in the wikipedia article mentioned above.
Cheers, Michael From: gmsh [mailto:gmsh-boun...@ace20.montefiore.ulg.ac.be] On Behalf Of A.Mesut Boz Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2018 11:13 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [SUSPICIOUS SENDER] [Gmsh] Help on format ASCII 2 Hello, I am a master level mechanical engineer using gmsh 3.0.6 GUI to build meshes for my CFD studies. I use the output of ASCII 2 as an input to matlab mesh reader function (which is a function of redbKIT library). My problem is when i save mesh files as .msh extension and ASCII 2 format, the matlab function does not read it. On the other hand when i generate exactly the same .msh file wih my linux computer it works. The error of matlab function: Syntax error (no $Elements) in: geometry.msh My -not working- msh file is generated in windows 10, it had the system default language as turkish, but my linux is in english. So i thought the problem may be related to the operating system generating/reading the files with different arrays or binaries of characters (because of language difference). So i changed my windows language as english but problem still exists. Have you ever met with that problem before? If so, what can be the solution to it? In theory, i have two same txt or msh files but one works the other one does not. What is their difference you think? Thanks in advance Kind Regards -- Abdullah Mesut Boz POLIMI
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