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# ***************************************************************************
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# * Copyright (c) 2013-2015 - Juergen Riegel <FreeCAD@juergen-riegel.net> *
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# * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify *
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# ***************************************************************************
# here the usage description if you use this tool from the command line ("__main__")
CommandlineUsage = """Material - Tool to work with FreeCAD Material definition cards
Usage:
Material [Options] card-file-name
Options:
-c, --output-csv=file-name write a comma separated grid with the material data
Exit:
0 No Error or Warning found
1 Argument error, wrong or less Arguments given
Tool to work with FreeCAD Material definition cards
Examples:
Material "StandardMaterial/Steel.FCMat"
Author:
(c) 2013 Juergen Riegel
mail@juergen-riegel.net
Licence: LGPL
Version:
0.1
"""
# see comments in module importFCMat, there is an independent parser implementation for reading and writing FCMat files
# inside FreeCAD a mixture of these parsers and the ones in importFCMat.py is used
def importFCMat(fileName):
"Read a FCMat file into a dictionary"
try:
import ConfigParser as configparser
except ImportError:
import configparser
Config = configparser.RawConfigParser()
Config.optionxform = str
Config.read(fileName)
dict1 = {}
for section in Config.sections():
options = Config.options(section)
for option in options:
dict1[option] = Config.get(section, option)
return dict1
def exportFCMat(fileName, matDict):
"Write a material dictionary to a FCMat file"
try:
import ConfigParser as configparser
except ImportError:
import configparser
import string
Config = configparser.RawConfigParser()
# create groups
for x in matDict.keys():
grp, key = string.split(x, sep='_')
if not Config.has_section(grp):
Config.add_section(grp)
# fill groups
for x in matDict.keys():
grp, key = string.split(x, sep='_')
Config.set(grp, key, matDict[x])
Preamble = "# This is a FreeCAD material-card file\n\n"
# Writing our configuration file to 'example.cfg'
with open(fileName, 'wb') as configfile:
configfile.write(Preamble)
Config.write(configfile)
def getMaterialAttributeStructure(withSpaces=None):
''''''
# material properties
# see the following resources in the FreeCAD wiki for more information about the material specific properties:
# https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/Material_data_model
# https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/Material
import os
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ElementTree
infile = os.path.dirname(__file__) + os.sep + "MatPropDict.xml"
tree = ElementTree.parse(infile)
if withSpaces:
# on attributes, add a space before a capital letter, will be used for better display in the ui
import re
root = tree.getroot()
for group in root.getchildren():
for proper in group.getchildren():
proper.set('Name', re.sub(r"(\w)([A-Z]+)", r"\1 \2",
proper.attrib['Name']))
return tree
def read_cards_from_path(cards_path):
from os import listdir
from os.path import isfile, join, basename, splitext
from importFCMat import read
only_files = [f for f in listdir(cards_path) if isfile(join(cards_path, f))]
mat_files = [f for f in only_files if basename(splitext(f)[1]) == '.FCMat' or basename(splitext(f)[1]) == '.fcmat']
# print(mat_files)
mat_cards = []
for f in sorted(mat_files):
mat_cards.append(read(join(cards_path, f)))
return mat_cards
def write_cards_to_path(cards_path, cards_data, write_group_section=True, write_template=False):
from importFCMat import write
from os.path import join
for card_data in cards_data:
if (card_data['CardName'] == 'TEMPLATE') and (write_template is False):
continue
else:
card_path = join(cards_path, (card_data['CardName'] + '.FCMat'))
print(card_path)
if write_group_section is True:
write(card_path, card_data, True)
else:
write(card_path, card_data, False)
if __name__ == '__main__':
import sys
import getopt
try:
opts, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:], "c:", ["output-csv="])
except getopt.GetoptError:
# print help information and exit:
sys.stderr.write(CommandlineUsage)
sys.exit(1)
# checking on the options
for o, a in opts:
if o in ("-c", "--output-csv"):
print("writing file: " + a + "\n")
OutPath = a
# running through the files
FileName = args[0]
kv_map = importFCMat(FileName)
for k in kv_map.keys():
print(repr(k) + " : " + repr(kv_map[k]))
sys.exit(0) # no error
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