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Wish List - NEEShub: Wish #96

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Alisa Neeman

add zip to workspace

I uploaded a zip file of opensees scripts but can’t open them. Could you add zip and unzip to the workspace command line interface.

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  1. Dawn Weisman

    Thank you for contributing your wish to NEEShub. We value feedback from the community as a means to regularly improve NEEShub. All wishes are considered and prioritized by the Requirement Analysis and Assessment Subcommittee, which consists of members from the user community. The prioritized wishes are then aligned with the immediate and long-term NEES goals by the Cyberinfrastructure Release Committee so that a workable development plan for the next Release of NEEShub can be designed.

    Your wish will be considered for a future release.

    Dawn Weisman Director of NEEScomm IT

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  2. Jason Lambert

    The workspace has a zip file management, but it uses .tar.gz files, which is the linux standard for zip files. You can create these files using several windows programs as well. Perhaps look at installing 7zip on your machine. This can create .tar.gz files, as well as .zip or .RAR or whatever you might need.

    http://www.7-zip.org/

    then once you have a tar file in the workspace, open up a terminal, navigate to where your tar file is then type

    tar xvfz “your-file-name-here-without-quotes”.tar.gz

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    1. Alisa Neeman

      Opensees is widely available as a windows desktop application and it is common to receive opensees data sets and scripts that have been archived using zip. zip and unzip are standard linux/debian commands for the command line and can easily be installed with an administrator command

      apt-get install zip

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  3. Alisa Neeman

    Opensees runs on text files which are tcl scripts and data files. It is essentially a tcl interpreter with extensions to handle engineering objects and simulation operations. Opensees itself cannot read/interpret the archived tar or zip, only the text files. However, archiving is a common way to keep a simulation set together when it is uploaded.

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    1. Jason Lambert

      Zip is now running in the workspace.

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  4. Dawn Weisman

    Thank you for contributing your wish to NEEShub. We value feedback from the community as a means to regularly improve NEEShub.

    The functionality described in your wish now exists in NEEShub.

    Dawn Weisman Director of NEEScomm IT

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