[AstroPy] Back to Python. Precession and PhysConst code.
rowen at uw.edu
Wed Jan 25 12:34:18 EST 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.
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
> 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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