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METAR Decoder Software Package Library

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METAR Decoder Software Package Library: Parses Aviation Routine Weather Reports

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    This is a Fantastic library!! I wanted to develop a Windows-based application which could decode METAR messages, but after a week of studying the protocols, I came to realize that I was never going to understand everything that I needed to, to decode all the options. And then, I discovered this library. It is trivial to use, *very* thorough in its functionality, and actually builds under gcc without having to spend days figuring out obscure compiler issues. My Windows application, which is literally a WinAPI wrapper around this library, is available in both executable and source-code form, here: derelllicht dot com slash Metar dot html This library, and my derivation, are both released under the famous "no, really, it's free !! Do what you want with it!!" license.

    Posted 07/02/2016
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