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Seamlessly integrate SSWIDL code into your Python workflow

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:snake: :sunny: hiss(w)

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Include those pesky SSWIDL scripts in your Python workflow. See the docs for more info.


To install hissw,

$ pip install hissw

which will automatically install the package and its dependencies. hissw depends on the Jinja2 and scipy libraries. You can also install these manually with conda or from PyPI, i.e. pip install <package-name>. Additionally, you'll need a local install of IDL and the Solarsoft library.

Alternatively, you can install hissw from GitHub,

$ git clone
$ cd hissw && python install

and then run the tests to make sure everything is working alright,

$ pytest

Note: hissw relies on executing several shell commands. This has not been tested on Windows.

Reporting Issues and Contributing

Open an issue on GitHub to report a problem. Pull requests welcome.

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