Salome-Meca 2018 for Windows

Salome-Meca 2018 for Windows is available for download. This version includes AsterStudy 2018.0 and Code_Aster stable 13.6 and testing 14.2 binaries for Windows.

smeca-2018-asterstudy

The interface does not change much since 2017 version and It should be possible to follow series of tutorials already available on the Web.

smeca-2018-code_aster-run

Note that this version is based on Salome 8.3.0 while Linux version uses Salome 8.5.0, but some products such as MED-3.3.1 have been upgraded in the package to make it compatible with new versions of Code_Aster and AsterStudy. Please read the FAQ and report any issues.

12 thoughts on “Salome-Meca 2018 for Windows

  1. Whenever I try to edit a command file in text mode, I get an unexpected error. I’ve tried changing my editor preferences to use an external editor for “text stage edition” only to get a “text editor error” message.

    Error details (with default editor options) are as follows:

    Type: AttributeError
    Value: (“‘PyEditor_Editor’ object has no attribute ‘editor'”,)

    Traceback:
    File “C:\Salome2018\MODULES\ASTERSTUDY\RELEASE\ASTERSTUDY_INSTALL\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asterstudy\gui\astergui.py”, line 865, in edit
    wait=True)

    File “C:\Salome2018\MODULES\ASTERSTUDY\RELEASE\ASTERSTUDY_INSTALL\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asterstudy\gui\astergui.py”, line 1188, in openStageInEditor
    editor.setReadOnly(read_only)

    File “C:\Salome2018\MODULES\ASTERSTUDY\RELEASE\ASTERSTUDY_INSTALL\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asterstudy\gui\stagetexteditor.py”, line 133, in setReadOnly
    self.editor.setReadOnly(on)

    File “C:\Salome2018\MODULES\ASTERSTUDY\RELEASE\ASTERSTUDY_INSTALL\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asterstudy\gui\widgets\texteditor.py”, line 125, in setReadOnly
    self.editor.editor().setReadOnly(on)

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  2. Hi,
    I am getting this error message when trying to mesh a cube (my first attempt at using Salome-Meca apart from running, successfully, forma02a so the installation is, apparently, ok):
    “Salome exception: “Can’t load server meshers plugin library”
    This happens both with Salome for Windows 8.3.0 and Salome-Meca 2018 for Windows.
    Any ideas? Thanks

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  3. Hello,
    I often get the following error when switching to Paravis:

    ACCESS VIOLATION at address 0x0000000000000000 during ‘READ’ operation

    I then need to close the project and when I reopen Paravis I need to manually display again all windows and toolbars.
    Except that it’s working pretty well, thanks!

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  4. Thank you. The problem was solved after reinstalling the software (both Salome and Salome-Meca), running run_salome.bat as administrator and creating firewall exception rules for all networks.

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  5. I’m trying to run a two stage study. I want to perform the processing in the first stage; and the post processing in the second. The second stage fails to run. The error in the log file is:

    >>> 2018/12/03-12:33:37.385 [Gunzip@C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\system.py:607]
    cmd :

    gzip -d base-stage1

    background : False

    follow_output : False
    decompressing base-stage1 gzip: base-stage1: unknown suffix — ignored

    >>> 2018/12/03-12:33:37.480 [Mess@C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\run.py:639]
    Warning or error raised :

    _DECOMPRESSION error during decompressing base-stage1
    Traceback:
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\main.py”, line 96, in start
    meth(run, *args)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\execute.py”, line 434, in RunAster
    copyfiles(run, ‘DATA’, prof)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\execution.py”, line 534, in copyfiles
    icomm = copyfileD(run, df, icomm, ncomm)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\execution.py”, line 580, in copyfileD
    kret, dest = run.Gunzip(dest, niverr=’_DECOMPRESSION’, verbose=True)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\system.py”, line 607, in Gunzip
    return self._gzip_gunzip(‘gunzip’, src, **opts)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\system.py”, line 670, in _gzip_gunzip
    self._mess(para[mode][‘msgerr’] % f, niverr)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\system.py”, line 220, in _mess
    self.run.Mess(msg, cod, store)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\run.py”, line 639, in Mess
    print_traceback=True)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\run.py”, line 817, in DBG
    stack_id=stack_id, all=all, prefix=prefix, *args)
    File “C:\Program Files\EDF\Salome-Meca-2018\PRODUCTS\code_aster\lib\python2.7\site-packages\asrun\run.py”, line 773, in _printDBG
    stack = traceback.format_stack(limit=10)

    _DECOMPRESSION error during decompressing base-stage1

    Any ideas? Has anyone successfully run a two stage study (and re-used the first stage in the second)?

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