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a collection of more or less useful non-GUI tools

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Installation

fancytools is listed in the Python Package Index. You can install it typing:

pip install fancytools

Tests

fancyTools uses mostly the ‘one class/function per file’ rule. Running each module as program, like:

python -m fancytools.render.GridRender

will execute the test procedure of this module.

To run all tests type:

python -m fancytools.tests

v0.1, <12/05/2014> – Initial release.

v0.2, <20/12/2014> – major updates and new modules.

V0.3, <27/05/2016> – major update - new modules

Karl Bedrich 2013 - 2016

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