I checked that if I wish to dump Xdmf file in Arepo, what it does is that it creates a xmf file and a hdf5 file both in the same directory. However, inside the xmf file, I see that it expects the hdf5 file inside a ./output/ directory. This creates an error on trying to read it on visualization tools like Paraview. This is solved by manually creating an output directory and moving the hdf5 files there. Is there a quick fix in the code to resolve this issue?
Thanks Rainer for fixing the bug. This is now working fine.
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