jelly is supposed to abstract away the technical complexities of running
numerical moving-mesh hydrodynamics simulations using Arepo. It generates
input files and wraps the invocation of simulation runs.
There are a couple of examples in the examples/ directory in the form of simple
Python scripts. Note that you need to have
jelly in your Python path to run
nosetests for unit testing.
To run the tests install the nose package and call
nosetests from the base
You can also install and use tox to run the tests for different python versions.