Mark Tracy <tracy454@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> I have written Objective-C interfaces to the basic netCDF C-library.
> This started as a small piece of a larger project (reading
> chromatography data files), but I have expanded it to cover the full
> function of the netCDF library. As of version 0.4.1, I think it is
> ready enough to be tried by other people.
> The main features are:
> * implements netCDF-3.6.1 or higher
> * object-oriented interface
> * reads, writes and creates netCDF data files
> * Macintosh version provides an installable universal binary
> framework for OSX 10.3 or higher
> * Linux-GNUstep version is source-only, and builds a shared library
> * API documentation in HTML
> * sample application for testing
> * free open-source license
> The packages are available at http://www.mt-se.com/nc-1 and you can
> also browse the documentation.
I've added your Objective-C API to the ones listed on the netCDF web
> While this software has worked well for me, it has not been stress
> tested with big datasets or high-performance applications. I would
> like to see how well it stands up. Also, if there are any issues
> involving trademarks or licenses, I would appreciate those comments.
No license or trademark problems with this for netCDF! It's free
software. The full license is included in the distribution.
Ed Hartnett -- ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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