Syntax Highlighting and auto-completion rules for gmessi file (which is a semantic file written in python to tanslates from Gmsh to UCD ESSI (.fei) File Format).
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It is an sublime plugin for auto-completion and syntax coloring of
.gmessi file of gmESSI translator which is a finite element translator from gmsh (a three-dimensional finite element mesh generator with built-in pre- and post-procESSIng facilities) to REAL ESSI(UC Davis Earthquake-Soil-Structure-Interaction Simmulator).
gmESSI can be downloaded from git hub at https://github.com/SumeetSinha/gmESSI.
- gmESSI-Tools provide auto-completion and syntax highlighting for
- It provides an easy and quick inter-face to translate .gmessi directly from sublime by pressing CTRL+B
- The log of translation can in the sublime terminal itself
- If the translation fails or there is any error, user can track and diagonose the error from **_log.py* file which becomes automatically generated at the place of execution upon failure.
a) Open Sublime b) Go to Preference/Package Control c) Select Add Repository d) Enter the plugin github repo https://github.com/SumeetSinha/gmESSI-Tools e) Again, open Preferences/Package Control f) Select Install Package g) Search for gmESSI-Tools and install it.
Created by: Sumeet Kumar Sinha
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