February 3, 2021
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Made it possible for Eryss to include house cusps in the big lists of celestial objects' zodiacal positions, and now Eryss does that by default. Added a related true-or-false config var: $Should_Include_House_Cusps_in_HTML_Celestial_Object_Lists

Apollia authored on02/03/2021 02:00:19
February 2, 2021
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In "Example Date-Time-Location Prompt with All Command Line Options, Most of Them Set Weirdly", updated the currently-incorrect filename "Eryss 0.1.phpb" to "Eryss.phpb", and changed the web browser shell command to "defaultbrowser" instead of "dillo", since Dillo isn't available by default in Lighthouse 64 Puppy Linux 6.02 Beta 2.

Apollia authored on02/02/2021 07:50:15
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Now, Eryss retrieves all asteroid numbers and names much more quickly by getting them from a cache file in JSON format at: /root/sweph/0000 - Jsonized PHP Array - Asteroid Nums and Names.json

Apollia authored on02/02/2021 02:27:22
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Old updates from 1/12/2021 to files in "Asteroid Search GUI", which still isn't finished yet.

Apollia authored on02/02/2021 01:52:59
January 21, 2021
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Added config var "Should_Round_Off_Longitude_Speed". When true, the speed gets rounded off to 4 digits after the decimal point.

Apollia authored on01/21/2021 15:22:21
January 19, 2021
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In Eryss's main HTML output, rearranged the columns to put celestial objects' name/primary Wikipedia link column closer to the zodiacal position column. Somewhat inconveniently, Eryss's JPL, MPC, and secondary Wikipedia links are now further away from the name/primary Wikipedia links - but some of the inconvenience is alleviated by the fact that the primary Wikipedia link's page often contains a JPL or MPC link, and possibly a link to the object's own Wikipedia page, if it has one.

Apollia authored on01/19/2021 05:41:22
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To Eryss's HTML output, added MPC DB (Minor Planet Center database) links, all with the label "&&&".

Apollia authored on01/19/2021 05:06:33
January 16, 2021
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In "includes/Library-of-Functions.php", changed a > to >= to make it possible to successfully download asteroid #100,000, Astronautica.

Apollia authored on01/16/2021 20:01:49
January 15, 2021
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In "use launcher script instead/Download Ephemerides.php", added a line which changes pipe characters to spaces, just to avoid GtkDialog getting confused by any asteroid names containing pipe characters.

Apollia authored on01/15/2021 21:07:19
January 14, 2021
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Made the primary Wikipedia links usually go directly to the asteroid's meaning on one of Wikipedia's "meanings of minor planet names" pages.

Apollia authored on01/14/2021 21:55:58
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Added "use launcher script instead/Print Unsaved Ephemerides.phpb", and 4 launcher scripts for it. Similar to the other asteroid lister scripts which output HTML pages, it outputs an HTML page full of links to info about all the not-yet-downloaded ephemerides.

Apollia authored on01/14/2021 14:13:27
January 12, 2021
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In "Asteroid Search GUI", changed search window filenames containing "Legacy APSK Meadow" to "All Asteroids" instead. Duplicated them and renamed the duplicates since I also want to make search windows for "Saved Asteroids" and "Unsaved Asteroids".

Apollia authored on01/12/2021 13:15:05
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Fixed a recently-added typo which broke everything that uses "use launcher script instead/Download Ephemerides.php".

Apollia authored on01/12/2021 09:11:05
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Added a line which stops the the accidental doubling of some asteroid names by the scripts which generate lists of all the asteroids you have in your "sweph" folder.

Apollia authored on01/12/2021 08:58:49
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Improved the asteroid downloaders and got them working again. I'm not sure, but it's possible that before this update, they still worked in Lucid Puppy Linux 5.2.8 version 004 with Astroblahhh GLMP-GTK or Astroblahhh PH-GTK. But I'm not sure they ever worked before in Lighthouse 64 Puppy Linux 6.02 Beta 2. Now, they do.

Apollia authored on01/12/2021 08:23:16