/* Copyright (c) 2018 vargaconsulting, Toronto,ON Canada
* Author: Varga, Steven <steven@vargaconsulting.ca>
#include <armadillo>
#include <cstdint>
#include "struct.h"
#include <h5cpp/core>
// generated file must be sandwiched between core and io
// to satisfy template dependencies in <h5cpp/io>
#include "tu_02.h"
// multiple inclusion is on purpose to test
// include guards in generated file: tu_02.h
#include "tu_02.h"
#include <h5cpp/io>
#include "utils.hpp"
#define CHUNK_SIZE 5
void test_03( const h5::fd_t& fd ){ // creates + writes entire object tree
std::vector<sn::example::Record> vec = h5::utils::get_test_data<sn::example::Record>(20);
h5::write(fd, "orm/partial/vector one_shot", vec );
// dimensions and other properties specified additional argument
h5::write(fd, "orm/partial/vector custom_dims", vec,
h5::current_dims{100}, h5::max_dims{H5S_UNLIMITED}, h5::gzip{9} | h5::chunk{20} );
// you don't need to remember order, compiler will do it for you without runtime penalty:
h5::write(fd, "orm/partial/vector custom_dims different_order", vec,
h5::chunk{20} | h5::gzip{9},
h5::block{2}, h5::max_dims{H5S_UNLIMITED}, h5::stride{2}, h5::current_dims{100}, h5::offset{3} );
void test_04( const h5::fd_t& fd ){ // read entire dataset back
std::cerr<< "reading data: \n";
auto data = h5::read<T>(fd,"/orm/partial/vector one_shot");
std::cerr <<"reading back data previously written:\n\t";
for( auto r:data )
std::cerr << r.idx <<" ";
std::cerr << std::endl;