jcjesior@free.fr le mars 03, 2019, 08:42:01 20
During an astrophotography session you might shot several targets.
The good thing is that darks, biases and flats will probably be re-usable for all these targets
You only need to copy the stacked files (dias_stacked, dark_stacked, flat_stacked) that SiriL created for the first target into the other target directories. This saves place on the disk.

My question : Is it possible to program conditions in the SiriL scripts ?

For example (in a Pascal-like formulation) :
if dark_stacked doesn't exist then begin
convertraw dark_
stack dark_ rej 3 3 -nonorm
cd ..
end
else begin
do nothing
end;

Thanks a lot. The scripting capability of SiriL is just a great time saver !

lock042 le mars 04, 2019, 12:51:34 12
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My question : Is it possible to program conditions in the SiriL scripts ?
Nope. Scripts of siril are just commands that we can use in it.

However, the best thing you can do is to use Sirilic. It is a softare that build the script for you, depending of what you want.

davidvg le mars 12, 2019, 08:23:40 08
However, the best thing you can do is to use Sirilic. It is a softare that build the script for you, depending of what you want.
This is great, I didn't know about them! I was planning on writing some automatization tool to process images using Siril, and this may be really helpful.
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