Kelley-Hoskins Nathan

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06/28/2019

04:46 PM GammaLib Feature #2919 (Feedback): Load GCTAObservation from self-contained fits file
It seems this sort of function isn't compatible with the current gammalib/ctools architecture, so it'll stay with the...

06/27/2019

06:28 PM GammaLib Feature #2919: Load GCTAObservation from self-contained fits file
The "basic python loader":https://cta-gitlab.irap.omp.eu/nkelhos/gammalib/commit/b5ef86abcef67af122b26039251f95b6920c...
03:56 PM GammaLib Feature #2919 (Rejected): Load GCTAObservation from self-contained fits file
I've been converting VERITAS data to fits files for the past two years, and I came up with a slightly modified scheme...
01:36 PM GammaLib Feature #2909 (Pull request): convert GTime to python datetime object and back
Changing the format of the returned utc() string may affect other code, so I added a variable 'precision' argument th...

06/26/2019

05:35 PM GammaLib Feature #2909 (In Progress): convert GTime to python datetime object and back
05:34 PM GammaLib Feature #2909: convert GTime to python datetime object and back
GTime.utc() doesn't return fractional seconds (YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss), so I had to edit GTime.cpp to YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:s...
05:32 PM GammaLib Bug #2917 (New): GTime.utc(string) rounds up seconds above 59.5 to the next minute
If you give GTime.utc(string) a utc string, it sets itself to that value. However, if the seconds in the string are ...
05:08 PM GammaLib Feature #2909 (Pull request): convert GTime to python datetime object and back

06/25/2019

12:58 PM GammaLib Feature #2909 (Closed): convert GTime to python datetime object and back
I wrote a python function in my code to convert a GTime object to a python datetime object....

01/18/2019

05:12 PM GammaLib Support #2784 (Resolved): compile gammalib/ctools against anaconda python
I've got it working. I think the trick is that gcc, swig, and cfitsio must all be installed via anaconda, rather tha...

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