C-Munipack 2.0 Stable
The software package presents the complete solution for reduction of images
carried out by CCD camera, oriented on a observation of variable stars.
About this version
For windows platform users there is a binary installer. If you prefer
compiling the code by yourself, there is also an archive with complete
To compile the code, you'll need a gcc-compatible compiler, the cfitsio
library, the expat library and gtk+ toolkit.
The software package C-Munipack presents the complete system for reduction of
images carried out by CCD camera, oriented at the observation of variable stars.
The specific programs of reduction process can be called from command line or
via intuitive graphical user interface.
The project is based on the previous Munipack package, the programs have the
same name, but contrary to Munipack, it is coded in C language and it contains
a several new functions and tools in addition. Assignment of the command-line
parameters and the configuration files is similar in both projects, exceptions
are described in the project documentation.
Graphical user interface should be familiar for Munidos users, but it takes
full advantage of graphical environment, and therefore the interface is more
comfortable and enables user an improved control over reduction process in
comparison with original interface of Munidos.
The core of the software is called C-Munipack library. The library is written
in ANSI C and has powerfull application interface that allows embedding into
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by the Free
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the LICENSE file for more details.
The latest verion of the binaries, source codes and documentation are available
on the following address:
If you have discovered any bug in the software or the documentation, please send
the report to the project manager. The email address is:
4 October 2012, David Motl