Archi Plug-ins

Archi plug-ins contribute additional functionality to Archi. You can download a plug-in and install it into your copy of Archi. To install a plug-in follow the installation instructions.

 


 

Export to Excel

 

This is a plug-in for Archi that exports model data (elements, relationships, properties) to an Excel spreadheet file.

  • Direct export to Microsoft *.xlsx file format
  • Analyse your model data in Excel

Requires Archi version 4.2 or later.
This is available for Patreon members only ($5 or more a month).

 


 

jArchi – Scripting for Archi (beta)

 

This is an extension to Archi that allows scripting using the JavaScript language.

  • Generate reports
  • Create heat maps
  • Import and export to and from different formats
  • Query models

More information is available here.

Requires Archi version 4.2 or later.

This is available for all Patreon members and for PayPal contributors. If you have already contributed to Archi by PayPal or by other means, please contact us to get this download.

 


 

Model Repository Collaboration Plugin

 

This is an extension to Archi that allows collaborative work on Archi through sharing and versioning of models in a Repository. It’s a work in progress and this is a pre-release version.

  • Check out the new Preferences tab in Archi’s Preferences dialog for global settings
  • Generally you will need to have a new empty git repository already setup on a git server, but you can create and push to a GitBlit server
  • To add the model from the repository locally, select the first toolbar button in the plugin tab (the green cross). This will clone the repository and create a new blank model
  • Work as usual on your model and save it whenever you want
  • When you’re ready to commit your changes, then choose “Commit Changes” (this can be done offline)
  • When you’re ready to publish/share your work, then choose “Publish Changes”. In case of conflicts (the same concept changed and published by someone else) you’ll see a dialog window helping you to fix them.
  • The History tab is a work in progress and the current implementation is a placeholder
  • Please read through the open issues at GitHub to see what we are still working on

More information is available here.

Requires Archi version 4.3 or later.


 

Installing an Archi plug-in

  1. Download the Archi plug-in zip file.
  2. If you are on Windows and have installed Archi with the installer, you need to run Archi as administrator to install a plug-in. You can do this from the desktop right-click menu on the Archi application or shortcut by selecting “Run as administrator”.
  3. In Archi, select “Install Archi Plug-in…” from the main Help menu. Navigate to the downloaded zip file and then, when prompted, allow Archi to restart. The plug-in will then be installed when Archi restarts.
Mac users on OS X 10.12 and later may encounter a problem due to Apple’s recent implementation of translocation for unsigned apps (basically, unsigned apps like Archi are copied to a read-only area and executed from there, so the plugin can’t be copied). We suggest that, before installing a plug-in, you move the Archi app to a different location (for example, move it from the “Applications” folder to “Desktop” or vice-versa.)

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