If you are curious, this is the script that generated this file: https://github.com/Kosmorro/pdf-generator/blob/7bb328bf00a504565e8b6c24f03c0a6a094deb15/examples/today_with_ephemerides.py
(Yes, it's less than 15-line long!)
@breizh I was actually thinking of two ways to disabling it:
- at packaging time, with an environment variable
- if it was activated at packaging time, then it can also be enabled/disabled at running time with another environment variable
What version of #Python 3 do you have installed on your machine?
(You can get it with `python --version`)
Kosmorro 0.10.10 has been released, it fixes some issues, mostly cosmetic.
The Docker image has been dropped and will not be updated anymore. If you were using it, other install options are available, like the AppImage introduced with 0.10.8.
Kosmorro 1.0 is still in active development, current work in progress:
- complete rework of PDFs: https://github.com/Kosmorro/pdf-generator
- Windows compatibility: https://github.com/Kosmorro/kosmorro/pull/204
- bugfix on the ephemerides computation: https://github.com/Kosmorro/lib/pull/50
For now, I'm trying to keep compatibility with Python 3.7+, but since some dependencies have already dropped it (like NumPy), I can't make the promise that for now.
Command line application now has true tests, with checks against the information sent to standard output!
This will help a lot to stabilize the program for version 1.0!
Kosmorro v0.10.8 has been published today.
Besides some stability patches, it is the first version to be released as an AppImage executable, making it much easier to use on Linux.
Nothing to install (not even Python). Just download, unzip, chmod +x et voilà.
The AppImage can be downloaded from the last release on GitHub: https://github.com/Kosmorro/kosmorro/releases/tag/v0.10.8
It will be added to the download page of the website as soon as possible :)
Oops, there is a small mistake: there will be no opposition of Jupiter on December, 24th.
Looks like there's a bug to fix on Kosmorrolib 👀
Software to help you to prepare your astronomy observation nights, written in #Python.
Available on Linux, macOS and FreeBSD (soon on Windows).
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