Piro: 'Rythmos' vs 'Rythmos Solver'
Created by: bartgol
Can someone explain me the difference? It seems the two syntaxes are almost equivalent (mutatis mutandis), however, during some refactor in Albany, I came upon an example in which using
Rythmos Solver causes an exception to be thrown inside some Thyra model evaluator that Rythmos creates, with a message sayng that both
W_op are present, and that case is not supported. Switching the input file to
Rythmos syntax works. The details are the same (integrator type, stepper, nonlinear solver (NOX)...).
So to make the question short: is there a reason why one should use the 'Rythmos' list syntax instead of 'Rythmos Solver' inside Piro (or viceversa)?