Inptools - EPANET, documentation and tools
Inptools bundles the current EPANET version for Windows 7 together with documentation and additional tools to process EPANET INP files.
inptools-220.127.116.11.tar.xz (Source code)
Windows Explorer integration
The Inptools context menu can be opened by right-clicking on an INP file in Windows Explorer:
Inptools for Windows Vista, XP and 2000
Inptools 0.2.2 is the last version that supports Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista: inptools-setup-0.2.2-1.exe
The inptools sources can be found here: github.com/sdteffen/inptools
Documentation is available in different formats:
The inp2shp command converts EPANET INP files into a set of shape files for further processing using GIS software.
shp2inp is not functional yet. The following is a description of what the finished product is supposed to do. The shp2inp command will convert a set of shape files representing a water network into an EPANET INP file. This INP file could be used for hydraulic analysis using EPANET.
The inpproj command converts (projects) an INP file with Gauß-Krüger coordinates (GK3) into a new INP file with geographic (WGS84) coordinates.
epanet2csv converts an EPANET binary result file into two CSV files. CSV files can be read by spreadsheet software like OpenOffice Calc or Excel, relational database software like PostgreSQL or MySQL and GIS software.
Inptools are free software released under the terms of the GPL.
A personal package archive (PPA) allows Ubuntu users to install Inptools: ppa:sdteffen/ppa. You can install from the PPA using the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sdteffen/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install inptools