|author||Jasem Mutlaq <email@example.com>||2016-10-18 09:22:18 (GMT)|
|committer||Jasem Mutlaq <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2016-10-18 09:22:18 (GMT)|
libnova documentation interfers with KStars, so removing it
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#define LIBNOVA_VERSION "0.13.0"
-/*! \mainpage libnova
-* \image html libnova-logo.jpg
-* Celestial Mechanics, Astrometry and Astrodynamics Library
-* \section intro Introduction
-* libnova is a general purpose, double precision, Celestial Mechanics, Astrometry and Astrodynamics library.
-* The intended audience of libnova is C / C++ programmers, astronomers and anyone else interested in calculating positions of astronomical objects or celestial mechanics.
-* libnova is the calculation engine used by the <A href="http://nova.sf.net">Nova</A> project and most importantly, is free software.
-* \section features Features
-* The current version of libnova can calculate:
-* - Aberration
-* - Nutation
-* - Apparent Position
-* - Dynamical Time
-* - Julian Day
-* - Precession
-* - Proper Motion
-* - Sidereal Time
-* - Solar Coordinates (using VSOP87)
-* - Coordinate Transformations
-* - Planetary Positions Mercury - Pluto (Mercury - Neptune using VSOP87)
-* - Planetary Magnitude, illuminated disk and phase angle.
-* - Lunar Position (using ELP82), phase angle.
-* - Elliptic Motion of bodies (Asteroid + Comet positional and orbit data)
-* - Asteroid + Comet magnitudes
-* - Parabolic Motion of bodies (Comet positional data)
-* - Orbit velocities and lengths
-* - Atmospheric refraction
-* - Rise, Set and Transit times.
-* - Semidiameters of the Sun, Moon, Planets and asteroids.
-* - Angular separation of bodies
-* - Hyperbolic motion of bodies
-* - Heliocentric (barycentric) time correction
-* \section docs Documentation
-* API documentation for libnova is included in the source. It can also be found in this website and an offline tarball is available <A href="http://libnova.sf.net/libnovadocs.tar.gz">here</A>.
-* \section download Download
-* The latest released version of libnova is 0.13.0
-* It is available for download <A href="http://sf.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=57697">here.</A>
-* \section cvs CVS
-* The latest CVS version of libnova is available via CVS <A href="http://sf.net/cvs/?group_id=57697">here.</A>
-* \section licence Licence
-* libnova is released under the <A href="http://www.gnu.org">GNU</A> LGPL.
-* \section help Help
-* If you are interested in helping in the future development of libnova, then please get in touch.
-* Currently, we are needing help in the folowing areas.
-* - Documentation. (Not just API reference, but also astronomy info for novice users)
-* - Programming (in C) astronomical solutions or algorithms.
-* - Algorithms and Solutions.
-* \section authors Authors
-* libnova is maintained by <A href="mailto:email@example.com">Liam Girdwood</A> and <A href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">Petr Kubanek</A>.
-* \section thanks Thanks
-* Thanks to Jean Meeus for most of the algorithms used in this library.
-* From his book "Astronomical Algorithms".
-* Thanks to Michelle Chapront-Touze and Jean Chapront for publishing
-* the Lunar Solution ELP 2000-82B.
-* Thanks to Messrs. Bretagnon and Francou for publishing planetary
-* solution VSOP87.
-* Thanks to everyone who has submitted patches. NOTE: I sufferend a disk failure
-* this year and lost a windows patch. I would be grateful if the author could
-* resubmit it.
-* Also thanks to Sourceforge for hosting this project. <A href="http://sourceforge.net"> <IMG src="http://sourceforge.net/sflogo.php?group_id=57697&type=5" width="210" height="62" border="0" alt="SourceForge Logo"></A>