Astrognome is a free astrology software. Designed for the GNOME Desktop, it aims to be simple and intuitive.
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README.md

Astrognome

Astrognome was originally created be Jean-André Santoni, and was hosted on Google Code.

This project is now rewrote from scratch, using the Swiss Ephemeris library. Several ideas come from the original project, and from others like Placidus and Aquarius2Go.

The source tree contains Astrodienst's (the writers/publishers of the Swiss Ephemeris library) ephemeride files, as requested by Alois Treindl of Astrodienst in a mail written to me on 24 July, 2013.

!!!WARNING!!!

The code is a bit messy yet, and contains only two built-in charts. Dynamics will be added later.