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NCL

by dongli ALL

This is a Sublime Text package for NCL (NCAR Command Language).

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Description

This is a Sublime Text package for NCL (NCAR Command Language). It contains syntax and some useful snippets. All you have to do is getting familiar with Sublime Text (now in version 3).

Usage

For scientific users who first meet Sublime Text, I list the following procedures to get start:

  • Install Sublime Text:

    Download from here.

  • Install Package Control:

    • Open Sublime Text, and open console (click menu View > Show Console or press ctrl-).
    • Paste the codes on this page into the console, press return key and wait for the completion of installation.
    • Restart Sublime Text (don't forget!).
  • Install NCL package through Package Control

    • Open command palette (click menu Tools > Command Palette ... or press ctrl-shift-p in Linux/Windows or cmd-shift-p in Mac).
    • Type Install Package (you can just type some characters of Install Package such as inst).
    • Wait the completion of the loading (patience).
    • Type NCL and click the NCL item showing up.
  • Open a new file with suffix .ncl, and you are good to go!

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