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Oroboros

Oroboros is an astrology application. It is based on the Swiss Ephemeris (pyswisseph) for planetary calculations, the Olson timezone database (pytz) for date and time resolution, and the Qt4 toolkit (PyQt4) for the graphical user interface.

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  •  12 Jul 2008 16:07

    Release Notes: Critical bugs involving fixed stars have been fixed. Additional asteroids have been implemented: Eris, Sedna, Quaoar, Varuna, Nessus, etc.

    •  11 Jul 2008 17:11

      Release Notes: A few bugs have been fixed. More than 300 fixed stars have been implemented. There is a basic Supybot plugin.

      •  25 May 2008 06:45

        Release Notes: Very annoying bugs were fixed. Your charts directory can be automagically synchronized with a distant repository, using Mercurial. The use of docutils is now optional.

        •  22 May 2008 16:04

          Release Notes: Bugfixes and interface improvements were made. The dates now cover the entire swisseph time range (-5400 to 5400). A chart wheel can be saved as an image file (PNG, JPEG, BMP, PPM, TIFF, XPM, XBM, or SVG). Inter-aspects data is displayed (including midpoints and inter-midpoints). Chart comments are formatted with reStructured Text, thanks to docutils.

          •  05 May 2008 02:04

            Release Notes: For the moment, Oroboros features natal-radix charts, transits and synastry, progressions, various profection and harmonics methods, a large panel of planets and aspects, a flexible configuration system, charts export in XML format and import from Skylendar and Astrolog32, and online queries to the GeoNames.org atlas database.

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