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[EnergyPlus_Support] Macro processing on Linux machines

Hello e+ users,

I'm strongly in need of macro processing, to create sufficiently 
flexible template idf files. They are needed for inclusion into an 
automatic (genetic algorithm) pareto-optimization scheme, to easily 
replace configuration parameters and such for repetitive target function 
values determination.

I tested the macro processing scheme by trying to include a 
materials/constructions library that was sym-linked into the working 
directory and, by this, should be directly addressible.

According to the InputOutputReference.pdf a syntax similar to

##fileprefix ...
##include ...

should do the job, but I tested (at least I guess) any sensible 
combination for including the library file without any success, including

##fileprefix ./
##fileprefix ./;
##fileprefix "./"
##fileprefix "./";

##include BLASTConstructs.idf
##include BLASTConstructs.idf;
##include "BLASTConstructs.idf"

So the simple question is: How do you do it on Linux/Unix machines?!?


	Peter Roosen
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