A hierarchical finite state machine library
Copyright (c) 2009 Joseph Lisee All rights reserved.
The OSI BSD License is used. Please See the file “LICENSE” for information on the history of this software, terms & conditions for usage, and a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
Run “python setup.py install” to install to the directory or “python setup.py install –prefix=<install_directory>” for the directory of your choice.
What is StatePy anyways?
StatePy is an event driven hierarchical finite state machine library that lets you easily design, build, and analyze state machines. It represents individuals states as classes, and by default uses static transition tables. The tables are simple python dicts maping events, which can be any hashable type, to the next state. Member functions of the state classes are called upon entering, upon exiting, and on every transition. To learn more check out the documentation.
See the docs folder for examples of StatePy’s features.
Check out http://bitbucket.org/jlisee/statepy for the latest releases and news.
To report or search for a bug please use the BitBucket based bug tracker at: http://bitbucket.org/jlisee/statepy/issues
StatePy comes with a relatively complete, ~95% line coverage, set of unit tests which can be run with the simple command “python setup.py test”. If you have installed StatePy already you can use the function “statepy.test.runTests()” to run the tests at any time you desire. If you submit a feature/patch, you should include a tests for it as well.
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