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October 28, 2016, at 07:28 PM by mkeith -
October 28, 2016, at 07:28 PM by mkeith -
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Tempo2 can be installed from a release tarball, or you can just get the latest version directly from the git repository.

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Tempo2 can be installed from a release tarball, or you can just get the latest version directly from the git repository.

October 28, 2016, at 07:27 PM by mkeith -
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Tempo2 can be installed from a release tarball], or you can just get the latest version directly from the [[http://bitbucket.org/psrsoft/|git repository.

It can be downloaded using CVS:

  • cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@tempo2.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/tempo2 co tempo2

An older version of the code is available below:

Final version before SourceForge

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Tempo2 can be installed from a release tarball, or you can just get the latest version directly from the git repository.

Install

The repository version has build instructions in the readme file (or see the front page of the bitbucket site). The build instructions for the tarballs are similar but you do not need the bootstrap step, and you do not need a working installation of libtool or autoconf. Copy the runtime files, i.e. clock corrections, planitary ephemerdis etc to $TEMPO2, e.g.

  cp -r T2runtime $TEMPO2

Where $TEMPO2 can point to any directory you want this to be installed into. (typically $TEMPO2=/usr/local/share).

Simply run:

  ./configure --prefix=$PREFIX
  make
  make plugins
  make install plugins-instal

where $PREFIX is the location you want to install tempo2. Typically $PREFIX=/usr/local

There are a few other plugins that are unsupported, in that they may use additional libraries or undocumented features and are not checked as thoroughly. To build eveything, including the unsupported plugins do

  make complete && make complete install

Always test your newly built tempo2 by running

  make check

in your build area.

Legacy versions

These links go to very old versions of the code and may have bugs, or simply not work. They are preserved in case we ever need to know what the code was like in the past. Final version before SourceForge:

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Previous version

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Even more older version

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Publically available data files

Publically available data files for testing tempo2 are available from here

Plugins

The tempo2 distribution provides the commonly used plugin programs. More are available from here.

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October 28, 2016, at 07:18 PM by mkeith -
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TEMPO2 Download

Tempo2 is written mainly in pure C. A few sections are in C++ and we (currently) link with the SOFA Fortran libraries. The compilation and installation of Tempo2 should be straightforward on any linux, solaris or modern MacOS system. The tempo2 software should be accessed from SourceForge:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/tempo2/

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TEMPO2 Download and Installation

Tempo2 can be installed from a release tarball], or you can just get the latest version directly from the [[http://bitbucket.org/psrsoft/|git repository.

March 17, 2009, at 03:42 PM by D yardley -
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Final version between SourceForge

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Final version before SourceForge

January 06, 2009, at 02:29 PM by GH - Described sourceforge
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Tempo2 is written mainly in pure C. A few sections are in C++ and we (currently) link with the SOFA Fortran libraries. The compilation and installation of Tempo2 should be straightforward on any linux, solaris or modern MacOS system. For users that can access the ATNF CVS repository it is easiest to check-out soft_atnf/tempo2. Otherwise the source-code and compilation instructions can be obtained below

Current version

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Tempo2 is written mainly in pure C. A few sections are in C++ and we (currently) link with the SOFA Fortran libraries. The compilation and installation of Tempo2 should be straightforward on any linux, solaris or modern MacOS system. The tempo2 software should be accessed from SourceForge:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/tempo2/

It can be downloaded using CVS:

  • cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@tempo2.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/tempo2 co tempo2

An older version of the code is available below:

Final version between SourceForge

January 17, 2008, at 10:18 AM by GH -
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  • Download (19 MB, v1.10)
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  • Download (19 MB, v1.11)
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  • Download (19 MB, v1.9)
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  • Download (19 MB, v1.10)
  • Download v1.9(19 MB, v1.9)
June 28, 2007, at 04:35 PM by GH -
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  • Download (19 MB, v1.9)
  • Download (1.1 MB, v 1.9 minus large files from $TEMPO2/ephemeris)
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  • Download (19 MB, v1.10)
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  • Download (19 MB, v1.9)
  • Download (1.1 MB, v 1.9 minus large files from $TEMPO2/ephemeris)

Really old version

April 26, 2007, at 04:12 PM by GH -
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Publically available data files

Publically available data files for testing tempo2 are available from here

Plugins

The tempo2 distribution provides the commonly used plugin programs. More are available from here.

April 26, 2007, at 04:08 PM by GH -
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Download (19 MB, v1.9) Download (1.1 MB, v 1.9 minus large files from $TEMPO2/ephemeris)

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  • Download (19 MB, v1.9)
  • Download (1.1 MB, v 1.9 minus large files from $TEMPO2/ephemeris)

See also version changes

Previous version

This should only be downloaded if there is a clear problem with the current distribution.

  • Download
April 26, 2007, at 04:07 PM by GH -
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Tempo2 is written mainly in pure C. A few sections are in C++ and we (currently) link with the SOFA Fortran libraries. The compilation and installation of Tempo2 should be straightforward on any linux, solaris or modern MacOS system.

Attach:tempo2-1.9.tar.gz Δ

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Tempo2 is written mainly in pure C. A few sections are in C++ and we (currently) link with the SOFA Fortran libraries. The compilation and installation of Tempo2 should be straightforward on any linux, solaris or modern MacOS system. For users that can access the ATNF CVS repository it is easiest to check-out soft_atnf/tempo2. Otherwise the source-code and compilation instructions can be obtained below

Current version

Download (19 MB, v1.9) Download (1.1 MB, v 1.9 minus large files from $TEMPO2/ephemeris)

April 26, 2007, at 04:03 PM by GH -
April 26, 2007, at 03:56 PM by GH -
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April 18, 2007, at 06:23 PM by GH - Basic details
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TEMPO2 Download

Tempo2 is written mainly in pure C. A few sections are in C++ and we (currently) link with the SOFA Fortran libraries. The compilation and installation of Tempo2 should be straightforward on any linux, solaris or modern MacOS system.

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