Functions that handle (parallel) IO to disk via HDF5.
Dump a single piece of data as an attribute to an HDF5 file.
Write a field to disk using HDF5.
Dump the contents of the input file as an attribute.
Write metadata as attributes.
This function wraps a call to H5close() to gracefully shut down HDF5.
This template function returns the length of a static array of type T or 1 if the type is not an array.
This template function returns an HDF5 data type identifier based on the type T. If T is an array, the base type is returned.
Read a single piece of data from an attribute of an HDF5 file.
Read a field from disk using HDF5.
Read the contents of the input file attribute into strings.
This function wraps a call to H5open() to start up HDF5 and reports the version of the HDF5 library.
Use chunked HDF5. This is normally not recommended.