ifrit - a powerful tool that can be used to visualize 3-dimensional
ifrit [qt-options] [options] [dir_name]
This manual page documents briefly the ifrit command. This manual page
was written for the Debian distribution because the original program
does not have a manual page.
-8 accepts an 8-bit display
-d starts IFRIT with all windows docked together into a single
-nf does not show the splash screen at start-up
-sw uses small font to reduce the QT window size
-rw IFRIT is being used remotely. This option can be used to
minimize re-drawing of the widget windows.
-ni IFRIT is not idiosyncratic. This prompts IFRIT not to ask for a
confirmation when exiting or running scripts.
sets the number of processors to use. Note that only some parts
of IFRIT support parallel execution so far.
loads the state from the previously saved state file filename.
runs IFRIT in batch mode, taking animation script from the file
filename. If filename starts with sign "+", standard
directories (see ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES ) will be prepended to
the file name.
show the list of available command-line options.
IFRIT understands the following environment variables (all in
The main IFRIT directory where you keep the variable file
ifrit.nam and options file(s) ifrit.ini. If this variable is not
set, IFRIT assumes that current directory is the main directory.
The default directory for the data files. If not set, IFRIT will
start searching for the data files in the current directory.
The default directory for the mesh data files. If not set, IFRIT
will start searching for the mesh data in the default data
The default directory for the particle data files. If not set,
IFRIT will start searching for the particle data in the default
The default directory for the vector field data files. If not
set, IFRIT will start searching for the vector field data in the
default data directory.
The default directory for the tensor field data files. If not
set, IFRIT will start searching for the tensor field data in the
default data directory.
The directory where IFRIT will place image and animation files.
If not set, IFRIT will put image files into the current
The directory where IFRIT will place animation scripts. If not
set, IFRIT will put scripts into its main directory.
The directory where IFRIT will place custom palettes. If not
set, IFRIT will put palettes into its main directory.
The IFRIT help system.
This manual page was adapted by Mark Hymers <email@example.com>
from the ifrit help system, for the Debian project (but may be used by
September 09, 2004