Ryan Fisher<firstname.lastname@example.org> is the Glue project librarian.
Glue release 1.46 is available as a source tarball. For instructions for installing Glue from the source tar ball, see the LSC Software Installation HOWTO.
If you want to install Glue directly from the LALSuite git repository you should read
file. This contains instructions on checking Glue out of Git and installing
it. Note that if you are using a system that has the LSCsoft repository
installed, you should create a file called .nolscsoft-glue in your
home directory and log out and log back in before installing Glue from Git.
This file will disable the LSCsoft installed version of Glue, so as not to
conflict with your Git version.
You can browse the online documentation for the Python modules in Glue. This is automatically generated from the current contents of the Git repository.
Documentation for developers, users and administrators of the S6/VSR2 LSC segment database can be found on the following pages:
S5 Segment Database Documentation
The latest development version of Glue is available from Git. Released versions are available from the release seciton below.
The Glue source is located in the LALSuite Git repository. See the
on how to get started. You may also browse
the Glue Git repository using the web interface.
Source Code Releases
The source code of releases is available a gzipped tar files:
- glue-stable.tar.gz this is the latest stable release.
- glue-1.31.tar.gz Note: broken release, do noy use.
- glue-1.30.tar.gz Note: broken release, do noy use.
- LSCdqInsert1 was renamed to LSCdqInsert, and it points to LSCsegFindDev in this release
- Release 1.16 was a testing version not released to the community.
Report bugs in Glue in our REDMINE database:
There are several mailing lists related to Glue:
- lal-discuss Discussions of modifying/using Glue
- lalsuite-commits Commits to the LALSuite Git repository (read-only)
Ryan Fisher Peter Couvares Duncan Brown Kipp Cannon Steve Fairhurst Scott Koranda Greg Mendell Adam Mercer