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A dice-rolling application using standard dice notation

Project description

A python dice rolling application using standard dice notation

Usage

roll <dice code>

Example:

example

Instead of a dice code you can also put “stats” or “dir” for a stats roll or direction roll respectively.

Installation

Pip install

System-wide install (sudo)

pip install dice-roller

User install (no sudo)

pip install --user dice-roller

# Add local 'pip' to PATH:
# (In your .bashrc, .zshrc etc)
export PATH="${PATH}:${HOME}/.local/bin/"

Manual/Git install

git clone https://git.xirion.net/victor/dice-roller/
cd dice-roller
pip3 install --user .

# Add local 'pip' to PATH:
# (In your .bashrc, .zshrc etc)
export PATH="${PATH}:${HOME}/.local/bin/"

OS/Distro Packages

Arch Linux

dice-roller is available on the AUR as dice-roller-git.

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