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Project Description

Fatter is a program for manipulating fat graphs.

Fatter can be run as a Python 2, Python 3 or Sage Python module. For even more speed (~25% more) consider running fatter with the -O optimise bytecode option.

Installation

Fatter is available on the Python Package Index. The preferred method for installing the latest stable release is to use pip (included in Python 2.7.9 and Python 3.4 by default):

> python -m pip install fatter --user --upgrade

Warning

In order to use the fatter GUI on OS X, users must first update their copy of Tk/Tcl as described here. Flipper has been tested with ActiveTcl 8.5.18. Additionally, if running fatter under Sage, users must then reinstall sage python by using the command:

> sage -f python

Warning

As of Sage 6.9, Sage no longer appears to load packages from the user directory. Therefore users may need to either install fatter directly into Sage (which may require superuser privileges) or add the path to fatter to their SAGE_PATH environment variable.

Usage

Once installed, start the fatter GUI by using:

> python -m fatter.app

Citing

If you find fatter useful in your research, please consider citing it. A suggested reference is:

Mark Bell. fatter (Computer Software).
pypi.python.org/pypi/fatter, 2016. Version <<version number>>

the BibTeX entry:

@Misc{fatter,
        author = {Bell, Mark},
        title = {fatter (Computer Software)},
        howpublished = {\url{pypi.python.org/pypi/fatter}},
        year = {2016},
        note = {Version <<version number>>}
}

or the BibItem:

\bibitem{fatter} Mark Bell: \emph{fatter (Computer Software)},
        \url{pypi.python.org/pypi/fatter}, (2016),
        Version <<version number>>.

Development

The latest development version of fatter is available from BitBucket. Alternatively, you can clone the mercurial repository directly using the command:

> hg clone https://bitbucket.org/mark_bell/fatter

And then install using the command:

> python setup.py install --user
Release History

Release History

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