[AstroPy] Version No. for IRAF Software?

Wayne Watson sierra_mtnview@sbcglobal....
Thu Apr 30 14:20:16 CDT 2009


Thanks. I don't have access to it yet, but I know the feature I want to 
mention is in it.

James Turner wrote:
>> I'm writing a paper and wanted to cite IRAF. The editor provided this,
>> but I need to provide the version no. Anyone know? Maybe it's just a 
>> date. 
>
> You can type "show version" in IRAF. The latest one is 2.14.1.
> It also tells you at the top of the message when you start the CL.
>
> James.
>

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