The command to change working directory is cd(dir::AbstractString=homedir()). Can anyone give an example as how to use it?
Thank you. Worked fine. I was trying cd(“D:\study\juliaprog”)
which was giving me error.
Backslashes on Windows: you have to double them.
(“Escape” the backslash.)
cd(“D:\study\juliaprog”) was also not working. Showing error.
I used this method, but the issue is not solved, e.g.
cd("D:\\Downloads\\AbaqusReader.jl-master") filename = Pkg.dir("AbaqusReader","test","test_sparse_mesh","cube_tet4.inp") mesh = abaqus_read_mesh(filename)
ERROR: SystemError: opening file “C:\Users\test\.julia\packages\AbaqusReader\sDEH0\test\test_sparse_mesh\cube_tet4.inp”: No such file or directory
How can we change the work folder in JULIA 1.1.0?
cd. Check the current working directory with
pwd. Your problem is because
Pkg.dir (which AFAIU is deprecated) gives you an absolute path so your working directory has no influence.
thanks! one more question: where can we find the output file from
There is no output file. It returns a dictionary with the information parsed from the file.
You are asking specifically for the file “C:\Users\test.julia\packages\AbaqusReader\sDEH0\test\test_sparse_mesh\cube_tet4.inp” and if this file does not exist you get an error message. Your work folder has no bearing on that.
What does “reexport” mean?
If we convert Abaqus inp file to a dict, which kind format of output file
What do you want to do?
e.g. we can use this output file for # [KristofferC](https://github.com/KristofferC)/ **[FEM.jl](https://github.com/KristofferC/FEM.jl)**
Thank you. Professor!
What does “reexport” mean? What do you want to do?
You have an Abaqus input file stored on disk. What do you want to do with it?