Basic astronomical functions for solar system ephemerides, time systems, coordinate systems, etc. This includes some utilities based on these functions, such as a calendar computer and a utility to numerically integrate asteroid orbits. The code can be built for Windows, Linux, or BSD, and probably OS/X. Some documentation (in need of updates) is at
On Linux, run
make to build the library and various test executables.
(You can also do this with MinGW under Windows.) In Linux, you
can then run
make install to put libraries in
/usr/local/lib and some
include files in
/usr/local/include. (You will probably have to make that
sudo make install.) For BSD, and probably OS/X, run
(GNU make, with the clang compiler), then
sudo gmake install.
On Windows, run
nmake -f lunardll.mak with MSVC++. Optionally, add
-BITS_32=Y for 32-bit code.