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Does Stellarium have a "tonight's best" feature, or can this be added?
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No, it does not have it.
Yes, please do add it.
Ok, I've been VERY interested in stellarium lately and am taking this post
EXTREMELY seriously, I've almost got the QT feature added and just wanted to
spread it to the world.
YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I did it! Stellarium now has a "tonight's Best"
DOWNLOAD: exe 0.11.1 at.... http://sourceforge.net/projects/stellarium-mods/f
DOWNLOAD: source 0.11.1 at.... http://sourceforge.net/projects/stellarium-
NOTE: This is temporary and will soon have a page called "Stellarium Mods" on
INSTRUCTIONS: Start Stellarium, then go to search, then click the tonights
best tab, then you're done!
CHANGELOG: Added #include <QtWebKit> to src/gui/SarchDialog.cpp. Added
QWebView And TB tab to src/gui/SearchDialogGui.ui. Added QtWebKit.dll to src.
Fixed iss script, new one called stellarium-mod.iss. Fixed cmakelists.txt for
Why not just branch on LaunchPad, commit the source there, and request that it
be reviewed for merge?
I can do that?
More appropriate link would be to the Launchpad's user guide. I suggest
reading the whole section on Code Hosting:
Uploading personal branches is described here:
binaryarts, do I understand correctly that you have no experience with version control systems (SVN, Bazaar, etc.)?
Also, if you want to communicate with the developers, please use the
developers mailing list instead of the Feedback forum:
It's also archived by Gmane, which provides a better interface than the
"binaryarts, do I understand correctly that you have no experience with
version control systems (SVN, Bazaar, etc.)?"
Not exactly, Subversion and Git are the main version control systems i get.
Bazaar is hard for me to understand with all of their branches an other
ALSO: Thank you for those links!
CHANGELOG: Fixed various bugs including missing libsdc++-6.dll.