This Atom package brings the Alloy modeling language to the Atom Editor. It allows you to write and run models from within the Atom Editor, and includes special visualization features for those of us working on modeling finite element meshes.
IMPORTANT: You must use the following version of Alloy in order to run commands from within the Atom Editor.
This package interfaces with Alloy through a special command-line interface that has been created specifically for this project. This version of Alloy, which can be found here, is simply a fork of the official Alloy release, found here. If you are interested in the CLI code, you can find it here.
Once you have downloaded Alloy, navigate to the settings view in Atom
Preferences). On the left, click on the
Community Packages, you should see the atom-alloy-tools package.
Click on the
Settings button for the package to bring up the package settings
page. On this page you'll see a box for the
Alloy JAR File, which is where
you'll need to type the full path to the JAR file on your computer. Once you've done
so, Alloy is ready to go and you can exit the settings window.
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