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Sublime Text plug-in for the OpenSees extension language of TCL (.tcl).

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OpenSees

OpenSees is a simple plug-in for Sublime Text adding syntax highlighting, code completion, build commands, etc for the OpenSees extension language of Tcl (.tcl).

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Features

  • Support for OpenSees syntax, in addition to Tcl syntax (using default Tcl package)
  • Command completion for some Tcl commands (using default Tcl package snippets)
  • Command completion for many OpenSees commands
  • Run OpenSees scripts (.tcl) using Sequential interpreter without leaving Sublime
  • Run OpenSees scripts (.tcl) using Parallel interpreters without leaving Sublime

Requirements

If first time downloading OpenSees, you will need to register to message board.

Windows

  • Tcl [Required]
    1. Download Tcl from OpenSees download website in order to have compatible version with OpenSees (may need to uninstall previous versions)
    2. Install Tcl (need to change installation path from C:/Tcl to C:/Program Files/Tcl)
    3. If Sublime Text was running while installing Tcl, it needs to be restarted in order for the plugin to work
  • OpenSees [Required]
    1. Download OpenSees from OpenSees download website
    2. Locate OpenSees.exe in a convenient directory (if using a location different from default %userprofile%/OpenSees/, opensees_dir or opensees settings should be changed)
  • MPICH2 [Optional, only if using OpenSeesParallel]
    1. Download MPICH2 from OpenSees parallel download website in order to have compatible version with OpenSeesParallel (may need to uninstall previous versions)
    2. Install MPICH2:
      • If you get an error message, you may need to install .NET Framework 3.5 first (need 2.0 as of 3/11/2015, but 3.5 works as it includes 2.0 as well)
      • You must be an administrator to install it
      • Make sure installation directory is %programfiles%/MPICH2/, if location is different, mpiexec setting should be changed
      • For more information, see this tutorial
  • OpenSeesParallel (OpenSeesSP, OpenSeesMP) [Optional]
    1. Download OpenSeesParallel from OpenSees parallel download website
    2. Locate OpenSeesSP.exe and OpenSeesMP.exe in a convenient directory (if using a location different from default %userprofile%/OpenSees/, opensees_dir or opensees_sp/opensees_mp settings should be changed)

Mac OS X

  • Tcl [Required]
    1. Tcl will most likely be already installed, check current versions to make sure it is compatible with OpenSees (Open Terminal, type tclsh and then puts $tcl_version)
    2. Download Tcl from OpenSees download website in order to have compatible version with OpenSees (may need to uninstall previous versions)
    3. Install Tcl
    4. If Sublime Text was running while installing Tcl, it needs to be restarted in order for the plugin to work
  • OpenSees [Required]
    1. Download OpenSees from OpenSees download website
    2. Locate OpenSees executable in a convenient directory (if using a location different from default ~/OpenSees/, opensees_dir or opensees settings should be changed)
  • OpenMPI [Optional, only if using OpenSeesParallel]
    1. Not needed unless compiling binaries of OpenSeesParallel from source, see below for more information
    2. If compiling from source, download OpenMPI from OpenMPI Download and install
  • OpenSeesParallel (OpenSeesSP, OpenSeesMP) [Optional]
    1. As of 3/11/2015, OpenSees parallel download website is not providing binaries for OS X due to the removal of built in OpenMPI, so user will need to compile the binaries from source in order to use OpenSeesSP and OpenSeesMP
    2. After compiling, locate OpenSeesSP and OpenSeesMP executables in a convenient directory (if using a location different from default ~/OpenSees/, opensees_dir or opensees_sp/opensees_mp settings should be changed)
    3. OpenSeesParallel has not been tested in OS X yet, if you find any problems please use the issues portal

Linux

Linux platform has not been tested yet, if you find any problems please use the issues portal.

OpenSees download website and OpenSees parallel download website do not provide binaries for Linux, so user will need to compile the binaries from source in order to use OpenSees, OpenSeesSP and OpenSeesMP.

If compiling from source, Tcl will be needed for all interpreters and OpenMPI will be needed for OpenSeesSP and OpenSeesMP. After compiling, locate OpenSees, OpenSeesSP and OpenSeesMP executables in a convenient directory (if using a location different from default ~/OpenSees/, opensees_dir or opensees/opensees_sp/opensees_mp settings should be changed)

Only Tcl and OpenSees are required for running scripts, OpenSeesParallel is optional.

Installation

Using Package Control (Recommended)

For all Sublime Text users it is recommend to install via Package Control.

  1. Install Package Control if you haven't yet.
  2. Use ctrl+shift+P (Win, Linux) or cmd+shift+P (OS X) then Package Control: Install Package
  3. Look for OpenSees and install it.

Manual Install

  1. Click the Preferences > Browse Packages… menu
  2. Browse up a folder and then into the Installed Packages/ folder
  3. Download zip package, rename it to OpenSees.sublime-package and copy it into the Installed Packages/ directory
  4. Restart Sublime Text

Updating

  • If you are using Package Control, updating will be automatic and you don't have to worry about it.
  • If using Manual Install, repeat steps above and replace OpenSees.sublime-package with the new downloaded one.

Usage

First, make sure Installation steps were completed for your operating system.

Running scripts

  • With a .tcl script open, press ctrl+b (Win, Linux) or cmd+b (OS X) to run previously run interpreter (defaults to Sequential)
  • To change interpreters, with a .tcl script open, press ctrl+shift+b (Win, Linux) or cmd+shift+b (OS X) and a popup with all options will appear
  • These options are also available using the menu bar: Tools > Build and Tools > Build With...

Configuration

Setting files are parsed with the following priority:

  1. Project Settings (.sublime-project, needs to be created/opened using Project > Save Project As... and Project > Open Project)
  2. User Settings (see below)
  3. Default Settings (see below)

User and Default settings can be found using Sublime Text menu: Preferences > Package Settings > OpenSees

  • Settings - User is where you change your settings for OpenSees (make sure you change this file for configuration to persists when plug-in updated).
  • Settings - Default is a good reference with detailed descriptions for each setting (do not modify this file, use User settings for overriding).

Some important features about the Settings in this plug-in:

  • Any string containing ${<var>} will be expanded to the operating system's enviroment variable (if exists)
  • ${<var>} can also reference to any setting defined in any of the settings files, using . separation for accessing nested settings (e.g. ${test.setting})
  • Settings can be platform specific. Rather than specifying a string path to use, a dictionary is specified. This dictionary may contain the following keys: windows, linux, and osx

Support

  • Any bug or feature request should be reported here.
  • You are welcome to fork and submit pull requests.

License

All of the source code is available at github project under the MIT licence:

Copyright (c) 2016 Borja Zarco <borja@bzarco.com>

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