This is the software used at EPOS (http://positron.physik.uni-halle.de/EPOS/) to extract the timing-information from the digitized anode-pulses. It also contains modules to extract the energy of Ge-detector-signals of doppler-broadening-measurements.
The software is provided for free under the terms of the GPL version 3 (applications) and LGPL version 3 (libraries). See the files gpl-3.0.txt and lgpl-3.0.txt or visit http://www.gnu.org/licenses/ for the text of the license.
If you have a positron-spectrometer or are interested in digital timing, feel free to test, use and improve this software!
You can get the latest stable (and possibly unstable) versions from http://positron.physik.uni-halle.de/EPOS/Software/download .
The development version and the bug-tracker and all the fruit are at https://svn.hzdr.de/trac/epos .
The EPOS software consists of several parts (libraries and applications), everything depends on Qt (http://www.trolltech.com/) as toolkit. You also need python (http://www.python.org/) and scons (http://www.scons.org/) for the buildsystem. Unlike the previous version, 0.5 doesn't need or use qwt for nicer graphics. To get data directly from Acqiris digitizers, you also need the acqiris driver and libs installed...
This software is developed under linux. It should be possible to compile and use it on other systems too, since all the requisites are available on other systems, but we didn`t test that. And we give no guarantee...
The parts of the software are:
After downloading and un-packing the sources, you should execute
"scons" in the toplevel-dir of the sources to start the buildprocess (or see which dependencies are missing;). If all dependencies are there, it should start building the libs and apps right away.
You can install the apps and libs with
"scons install", un-install is
"scons -c install".
If you want to define a custom place to install the epos-software to or you have the acqiris libs and headers in a none-standard place, you can see which options to add to scons with
To install these documentation locally on your hard-disk, you need doxygen (http://www.doxygen.org). Then run
"doxygen epos.Doxyfile" in the source directory.
If you encounter problems, feel free to ask firstname.lastname@example.org. Worst thing to happen is that the answer to your problem is "I don't know (yet)" or "I know, it's a known problem" ;-)