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MoonPlanner

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Moon calendar: shows moon's phase, signs and relatives plant's part

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MoonPlanner is a Java calendar that allow to view moon's phases, moon's signs (constellations in which the moon is), and show the part of the plant corresponding to each sign (flower, fruit, leaf or root). For every calendar's day the user can attach notes (that are stored in a persistent database). At the startup the program will remind you if there will be notes for current day.
Timezones and localizations (En, IT) are supported by the application.

This calendar is usable between 1900 and 2020.

This tool can be useful to plan gardening tasks or to view some astrology informations.


References and requirements:
- JRE/JDK version 1.5 or later must be installed on host computer.
- UI are made using SWT by Eclipse (see http://www.eclipse.org/swt/).
- The software uses AstroLib library version 1.1.5 provided by Mark Huss to calculate Moon's phases (http://mhuss.com/AstroLib.html).
- The software uses Apache Derby 10.9.1.0 (http://db.apache.org/derby/) as embedded database.

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    moonplanner works perfectly, thanks

    Posted 11/03/2012
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English, Italian

Intended Audience

Agriculture, End Users/Desktop, Science/Research

User Interface

Java SWT

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2012-08-18
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