Enhance your Quantum Espresso experience in VSCode with the QuantumEspresso-VSCode extension! This tool provides dedicated grammar checking and syntax highlighting tailored for Quantum ESPRESSO (QE) input files.
Quantum ESPRESSO is an esteemed suite of open-source computer codes designed for electronic-structure calculations and materials modeling at the nanoscale. This suite is grounded in density-functional theory, plane waves, and pseudopotentials.
For those looking to get started with Quantum ESPRESSO, the Fort
ran package is available for download here.
- Syntax Highlighting: Enjoy clear and intuitive highlighting to make your QE input files visually appealing and readable.
- Grammar Checking: Benefit from automated grammar checks to ensure your QE input files are formatted correctly.
- Supported File Extensions: The extension works seamlessly with QE input files bearing the following extensions:
- VSCode version 1.50 or above (recommended).
- Quantum ESPRESSO (QE) version 7.2 or above Fortran package (optional, but enhances overall compatibility and performance).
How to Use
- Install QuantumEspresso-VSCode from the VSCode Marketplace.
- Launch or open your QE input files with any of the supported extensions.
- Experience improved syntax highlighting, grammar checks, and other features!
Special Instructions for PWSCF Input Files
For those working with PWSCF input files, ensure they use the
.out extension for optimal functionality. This extension provides enhanced auto-completion and error checks specifically tailored for these files.
Known Issues and Reporting
Encounter an issue? We're here to help!
Report issues on the GitHub repository.
For suggestions or feedback, please fill out this form. Alternatively, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line "[QE-VSCode] Feedback".
Licensing, Contribution and Distribution
QuantumEspresso-VSCode is licensed under the MIT License, which permits modifications, use, and distribution with appropriate credit. For a full overview, refer to the
LICENSE file in the repository's root directory.
Interested in contributing? Follow these steps:
- Fork the Repository: Click 'Fork' at the top right of the GitHub repo to create a copy in your GitHub account.
- Clone the Repository: Clone your forked repository locally.
- Create a New Branch: Always create a new branch for your changes.
- Commit Changes: After modifications or additions, commit the changes to your branch.
- Submit a Pull Request: Push your changes to your GitHub repo and then open a pull request to the main
All contributions, whether they're bug fixes, feature additions, or documentation improvements, are greatly appreciated.
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