Python wrapper for strategies originally written in Fortran
Python wrapper for strategies originally written in Fortran.
Free software: MIT license
To use this library the original Fortran code must be compiled: https://github.com/Axelrod-Python/TourExec.
pip install axelrod-fortran
Running a match:
>>> import axelrod_fortran as axlf >>> import axelrod as axl >>> p1 = axlf.Player('k31r') >>> p2 = axlf.Player('k33r') >>> match = axl.Match((p1, p2), turns=5) >>> match.play() [(C, C), (C, C), (C, D), (C, D), (C, C)]
Please see CONTRIBUTING.rst for details about installing for development and running the test suite.
Remove support for Python 3.5
Add support for Python 3.7
Add support for random seeding
Rename strategies to match latest axelrod names
Remove tag showing K59R as implemented by axl.RevisedDowning
Tag K58R as implemented by Rowsam
Add automatic copying of shared library for multiple copies of players
Tag K66R as implemented by Mikkelson
Tag K47R as implemented by RichardHufford
Tag K51R as implemented by Colbert
Tag K64R as implemented by Yamanhi
Tag K35R as implemented by Getzler
Tag K41R as implemented by Weiner
Tag K60R as implemented by GraaskampKatzen
Tag K68R as implemented by Leyvraz
Tag K72R as implemented by White
Tag K75R as implemented by Harrington
Tag K83R as implemented by Black
Tag K84R as implemented by MoreTidemanAndChieruzz
Tag K31R as implemented by GoByMajority
Tag K32R as implemented by Kluepfel
Tag K42R as implemented by Borufsen
Tag K44R as implemented by WmAdams
Tag K49R as implemented by Cave
Add ability to pass name of shared library file
Tag K76R as implemented by axl.Gladstein
Tag K67R as implemented by axl.Tranquilizer
Tag K90R as implemented by axl.TitFor2Tats
Tag K86R as implemented by axl.MoreGrofman
Remove Tag showing K61R as implemented by axl.Champion
Add test for Champion (K61R)
Identify strategy K61R as Champion by Danny Champion ranked at 2.
Identify strategy K92R as Tit For Tat by Anatol Rapoport ranked at 1.
Identify strategy K74R as participating in the second tournament, written by Edward Friedland and ranked at 61
Player class to wrap a fortran strategy function into the axelrod library
Characteristics dict with details of stochasticity, author and original ranking for each function
Pre-built lists for all strategies and strategies which participated in Axelrod’s second tournament
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