I used Enthought Canopy.
C:\Users\Madhu N.M\Canopy- There are two folders inside this named licenses and scripts.
C:\Users\Madhu N.M\.sfepy- This folder is empty.
On Friday, 20 November 2015 13:38:35 UTC+5:30, Robert Cimrman wrote:
How did you install sfepy?
On 11/19/2015 07:18 PM, Madhu Mahadevappa wrote:
> Dear Robert,
> Thank you very much for the reply. I'm Using Canopy. Please let me know
> how and where to find the SfePy directory? I'm sorry if it is a stupid
> On Thursday, 19 November 2015 15:23:43 UTC+5:30, Robert Cimrman wrote:
>> Hello Madhu,
>> Try using sfepy in-place build . This example is in SfePy, so you can
>> run it
>> simply by (in the sfepy source directory):
>> python simple.py examples/linear_elasticity/its2D_2.py
>> But feel free to copy it elsewhere (as long as you stay in the sfepy
>> directory when running commands.
>> You can also use your file, but correct the path, if both the example and
>> mesh are in the same directory:
>> filename_mesh = 'its2D.mesh'
>> The syntax error is strange - how/where did you run the command? Also, do
>> mix \ and / characters in paths.
>> Does that help?
>>  http://sfepy.org/doc-devel/installation.html#in-place-build
>> On 11/18/2015 07:00 PM, Madhu Mahadevappa wrote:
>>> I'm Madhu and very new to Sfepy, learning this for my Master Thesis.
>>> trying to run the example given in the primer but getting an
>>> help me with this.
>>> 1. I'm trying to invoke SfePy with the command 'E:|Solution/simple.py
>>> its2D.py' . My Problem definition file and .mesh file are located in my
>>> drive with a folder named Solution. When I run this, I'm getting the
>>> following error
>>> E:\Solution/simple.py its2D.py
>>> SyntaxError: invalid syntax
>>> 2. I have attached both the problem definition file and .mesh file I
>>> been trying from past 2 days to rectify but I couln't. Kindly help me.