## Name

baspl++ (B2000++ Pro) — Post-process B2000++ databases.

## Synopsis

baspl++ [-d] [-h] [-t] [-v] DBNAME SCRIPT_FILE

## Description

The baspl++ program is available in B2000++ Pro; it is a full-featured post-processor for FE analysis and CFD analysis, with 3D visualization, a graphical user interface, and easy-to-use Python scripting capabilities. It is included in the B2000++ software. The following summarizes how baspl++ is invoked. The user manual is found here.

The baspl++ program can be launched in several ways; typically from a shell with the B2000++ database or with a Python script as arguments. In the following example, the database demo.b2m is opened.

$baspl++ demo.b2m For accelerating repetitive tasks, Python scripts are very useful. The following example runs the baspl++ program with the Python script view.py: $ baspl++ view.py

## Arguments

DBNAME

The B2000++ database to be opened. The database name must end with the suffix .b2m.

SCRIPT_FILENAME

A baspl++ Python script to be executed. The script filename must end with the suffix .py. Behind the script, one or several command-line arguments can be put, these will be handed to the script, to be accessed via the sys.argv Python variable.

## Options

-d

Run in debug mode. Useful for finding errors in scripts.

-h

Print the command synopsis.

-t

Run inside the shell's terminal.

-v

Print the version number and exit.