How to use the anypytools.macro_commands.OperationRun function in anypytools

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github AnyBody-Research-Group / AnyPyTools / tests / View on Github external
def test_operationrun():
    c = mc.OperationRun('Main.MyStudy.Kinematics')
    assert c.get_macro(0) == 'operation Main.MyStudy.Kinematics\nrun'
github AnyBody-Research-Group / AnyPyTools / docs / slides / BatchProcess / View on Github external
from anypytools import AnyPyProcess
from anypytools.macro_commands import Load, OperationRun

app = AnyPyProcess(num_processes = 3)

macro = [Load("main.any"),
         OperationRun('Main.Study.InverseDynamics') ]
app.start_macro(macro, search_subdirs= "model[1-9].*main.any" )