xtide.el is an Emacs
interface to the XTide program.
M-x xtide displays a graph in a buffer, and other XTide output
styles can be selected. There's a tie-in to
calendar adding a T key to bring up the tides for the
selected day, like S for sunrise and M for phase of the
The XTide GUI of course does all this and more, so if you like that there's no
reason to switch. But on a TTY where the GUI can't run or if you just want to
stay in Emacs then
xtide.el is a nice way to browse tide times.
Download version 22 here, either just
.el, or a Debian package (should run back to Debian 3.1
"sarge") out of my repo, or the source for the
xtide.el(63k, and sig)
xtide-el_22-0.1_all.deb(23k, and sig)
xtide-el-22.tar.gz(47k, and sig)
See tcd-format.el for nosing around in
.tcd files. The location selector in
xtide.el is one of the view type modes where
scroll-1.el is good too.
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