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  • #32523
    B
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    Hi,

    My OpenseesNavigator shows tcl8.6/clock.tcl error and doesn’t runs. Can anybody please help me? The whole error is as below:

    OpenSees Navigator: Version 2.5.9
    File sourced: C: … /Test 01/Test 01.tcl
    couldn’t read file “C: … /Opensees/OpenSees3.1.0-x64.exe/lib/tcl8.6/clock.tcl”: no such file or directory
    while executing
    “source -encoding utf-8 [file join $TclLibDir clock.tcl]”
    (procedure “::tcl::clock::format” line 3)
    invoked from within
    “clock format $systemTime -format “%d-%b-%Y %H:%M:%S””
    invoked from within
    “puts “Starting OpenSees analysis: [clock format $systemTime -format “%d-%b-%Y %H:%M:%S”]” ”
    (file “Test 01.tcl” line 8)

    #32525
    moh_towhid
    Participant

    I got exactly same error. If anybody know the solution of this issue, please let us know.

    Thanks

     

    #32658
    XOYBOD
    Participant

    I got the same problem. The built mat file works on my mac, but failed on my PC with the same problem. Do you guys find the solution now? Please help me, thanks!!

    #32659
    fra
    Participant

    I tried to run the analysis and I got the same error. Can anybody help me too?

    Many thanks

    #32660
    XOYBOD
    Participant

    The error comes from the commands containing:

    [clock format $systemTime -format “%d-%b-%Y %H:%M:%S”]

    I found a simple way to solve this problem. After finishing writing the tcl file in OpenSeesNavigator, then open the main tcl file and just comment the following two lines (one at the beginning and one at the end of the main tcl file):

    puts “Starting OpenSees analysis: [clock format $systemTime -format “%d-%b-%Y %H:%M:%S”]”

    and

    puts “Finished OpenSees analysis: [clock format $systemTime -format “%d-%b-%Y %H:%M:%S”]”

    then go back to OpenSeesNavigator and run the model, it will work.

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