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ISTP CDF Skeleton Editor

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The SKTEditor is a simple graphical user interface (GUI) application for creating and editing International Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISTP)/Interagency Consultative Group (IACG) guideline compliant skeleton Common Data Format (CDF) files.

Installation

The following Windows and MacOS installers do not require installing Java or CDF first. And they do not require administrative privileges.

Web Start Use

To use this application, you must hava Java and IcedTea (Web Start) installed on your computer. For more information, refer to these instructions before proceeding.

Notes

Manual Installation

Instead of launching the application from the above button, the application may be installed by following the Manual Installation Instructions.


Command-line CDF Checkers

The SKTEditor GUI application contains two separate CDF standard checking functions.  The first checks a CDF for compliance with the ISTP/SPDF guidelines.  The second checks a CDF for compliance with project-specific guidelines (e.g., MMS Mission CDF File Format and Units of Measure Guides).  This CDF checking software can also be run from a CLI (in addition to running it from within SKTEditor).  An advantage to running the software from a CLI is to automate the checking of many files.   Follow these instructions for installing and running the checkers from a CLI.


Uninstall

This application may be uninstalled by following the Uninstall Instructions.


License

The ISTP CDF Skeleton Editor is a software application that is made available under the terms of the NASA Open Source Agreement (NOSA).

The latest source code (SHA-256) is available for download.


Feedback

Comments and questions about this application are welcome. Please use this e-mail address to send your comments, question, or problem reports.
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