The MOOSE autocomplete plugin will automatically call your MOOSE-based app to obtain the input file syntax data. The syntax is cached and will be rebuilt if your app is recompiled. The MOOSE-based app (or a symbolic link pointing to the executable) must be in or (an arbitrary number of parent directory levels) above the directory of the current input file.
The plugin will automatically find an execute MOOSE-based apps on macOS and
Linux. On Windows support for MOOSE-based apps built in WSL2 is
built-in. If the current input file path is a WSL path
\\wsl$\MyDistribution\home\user\...) any discovered MOOSE-based app will be
run through WSL to create a seamless experience.
A Fallback Moose Dir configuration option is available to point to a directory containing a MOOSE-based app executable that will be used in case the automatic discovery of a suitable executable fails.
All completions are context sensitive, i.e. only valid items are suggested for the current cursor position. The following completions are provided:
typeparameters with a selection of applicable Moose objects
typeof the current block
The plugin supports the legacy HIT syntax (with
[../] subblock terminations)
as well as the new HIT syntax with
 subblock terminations.
Check the changelog on GitHub.
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