Websocket server to interactively play the Apologies game
It was written as a learning exercise and technology demonstration effort, and serves as a complete example of how to manage a modern (circa 2020) Python project, including style checks, code formatting, integration with IntelliJ, CI builds at GitHub, and integration with PyPI and Read the Docs.
See the documentation for notes about the public interface and the event model.
I don't have the time, or frankly the interest, to rewrite the unit test suite to work with Python 3.11. So, as of November 2022, I have decided to archive this repository and stop maintaining it. It's best to treat this code (in conjunction with Apologies UI itself) as a snapshot of a working design from 2020. The server code still works fine with earlier versions of Python, and it's still a reasonable example, but it will become less and less relevant as time goes on.
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