To use (with caution), simply do:
>>> from hearthstonearenalogwatcher import HearthstoneArenaLogWatcher >>> halw = HearthstoneArenaLogLocation(log_folder="log folder") >>> for event in halw.event_generator(speed=1): # get events at most once per second (rate = 1 / speed) >>> if event.type == HearthstoneArenaLogWatcher.Event.ENTERED_ARENA: >>> # event.date is an ArenaDraft object, containing hero, drafted cards, and whether the draft is over. >>> arena_state = event.data >>> # do something interesting >>> elif event.type == HearthstoneArenaLogWatcher.Event.EXITED_ARENA: >>> pass
And so on for the following events:
Event objects contain the following attributes:
It’s that simple!
Raised when the passed parameter log_location is invalid and a log file is attempted to be accessed.
Check out the tests folder for examples of different logs and how they are parsed by the module. The tests are divided into two categories: get_state_of_current_log() and get_state_of_current_screen().
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Copyright (c) 2016 Tristan Kernan
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TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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