I am trying to import 3d mesh files from GMSH to FF++ and export the calculation results to Matlab for plotting. However, I found that under Windows 10, the program ends at the readmesh3 or savemesh function, even the format is INRIA MESH. For import mesh files, the gmshload3 function can be used in place of readmesh3 by changing the import file format to .msh.
I’ve also tried to run the matlab_octave_3d_examples under Windows 10, the program ends at savemesh function and exports an empty capacitor3d.mesh. However, when I run the same program under Debian11 it works fine.
I wonder to know if it is a bug of Windows and is there anyway to replace the savemesh function?