[AstroPy] Does anyone here use The Software Bisque Orchestrate Program?

Wayne Watson sierra_mtnview@sbcglobal....
Sun Aug 8 19:21:11 CDT 2010


Well, I think you are wrong about my post, but you do not know the 
reason why. The reason is this. First, The Bisque writes very 
professional astronomy software for their products, one of which is a 
hig quality GEM robotic mount. Further, Orchestrate is able to utilize 
programs written in Visual Basic Script, JavaScript, Perl and other high 
level languages. If I'm not mistaken it does this in first three 
languages by the user providing a "compiled" version to Orchestrate. 
Using, say, VB, one is able to write "auxillary" programs with a GUI as 
an aid to operation.

So my follow up question is will Python work with it Python? Python can 
produce exe files, as I understand it but neither the Bisque or I know 
if they work. My questions stand until the moderator says otherwise.

On 8/8/2010 5:01 PM, Wolfgang Kerzendorf wrote:
>    It is not related to this list, as that does not seem to be an
> astronomy python program. This is not a general astronomy help forum.
>
> Cheers
>      Wolfgang
> On 9/08/10 9:39 AM, Wayne Watson wrote:a
>    
>> See Subject. It's a long shot, and it is related to this list.
>>
>>      
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