[AstroPy] Back to Python. Precession and PhysConst code.

Russell Owen rowen@uw....
Wed Jan 25 11:34:18 CST 2012


You have an incomplete package. Download RO from PyPI. The stuff you are looking for is in RO.Astro. euler is included in the package.

-- Russell

On Jan 24, 2012, at 8:29 PM, Wayne Watson wrote:

> It's been quite awhile since I used python, but I was digging around on 
> PC for something on precession, and discovered some code for it, 
> prec.py.   Here are the first few lines.
> 
> #!/usr/bin/env python
> """
> History:
> P.T.Wallace   Starlink   10 July 1994
> 2002-07-08 ROwen    Converted to Python.
> 2007-04-24 ROwen    Converted from Numeric to numpy (in test code).
> """
> import RO.PhysConst
> from euler import *
> ...
> ...
> 
> It dies on RO.PhysConst when I run it.  Probably a further difficulty is 
> the euler reference.
> I have the code for RO.PhysConst.py
> 
> What needs to be done to successfully execute prec.py?
> 
> -- 
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