tcd-format.el sets up decoding of
tide database files as plain text for viewing in
It uses the Emacs
mechanism and the XTide
restore_tide_db program from
tcd-format.el is only designed to look at
(as found under
/usr/share/xtide normally) when you don't have
their source handy. If you want to edit you probably should use the
Download version 7 here, either just
.el, or the full source, or a Debian package here or
from my repo.
tcd-format.el(10k, and sig)
tcd-format-7.tar.gz(23k, and sig)
tcd-format_7-1_all.deb(7k, and sig)
The full source only adds the Debian packaging bits, and the deb in fact is
really just a handy way to get the install setups and depend on
tcd-utils. Each sig is a Gnu
PG ascii armoured signature for the respective files, generated from
For Emacs 21 see my
xml-coding.el to recognise
the charset in the decoded xml part (Emacs 22 does that already).
xtide.el for running
xtide to view tide times within Emacs.
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