Just to clarify what this does: if you have nvar = 5, it does the standard density, vx, vy, vz, pressure. If nvar >5 and nvar < 11, it adds metallicity (and pads the array with variables if you have NVAR > 6). If you have 11, it assumes you're using MHD, and has density, vx, vy, vz, Bxleft, Byleft, Bzleft, Bxright, Byright, Bzright, Pressure. If you have more than 11, it adds metallicity and then pads up to NVAR. Currently RT/ATON/etc are not supported, but I intend to try sometime if someone else doesn't get there first. As Matt said, if you already set fields in load() it uses that.
If you want the details, go to the ramses frontend folder and check out _setup_auto_fields in data_structures.py.
On 20/12/13 14:25, Matthew Turk wrote:
I just pulled in Sam Geen's fix to make RAMSES fields be autodetected. If you are manually specifying fields you should not have to change anything, but it might work now if you don't try specifying them.
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