A very simple card game
JJC's Card Game
This is a simple card played over a series of round. Each round, players draw one card. The player with the highest card received 2 points. Players with penalty cards lose a point. First player to 21 points wins.
Make sure you have python 3.6 or higher installed, then:
pip install jjc-card-game
Then follow the on-screen rules and instructions.
Or try these more advanced options:
jjc-card-game -d Jonathan Nicholas Austinto play a game with these three players. The
-dspeeds up gameplay by dealing all the cards at once.
jjc-card-game --helpto see even more options
Development tools: Windows 10, PowerShell, and PyCharm.
git clone https://github.com/jonathanchukinas/card_game.git cd card_game pip install flit # for build, packaging python -m venv .venv # create virtual environment .venv\scripts\activate # activate virtual environment flit install --pth-file # set up editable install # modify source code jjc-card-game # run modified app # repeat deactivate # exit virtual environment
Running the tests
Test are written for
pytest and automated by
Game logic has 95% test coverage, while
the command-line interface / ouput has less than 50%.
To run all the tests:
pip install tox, pytest cd path\to\project\directory tox
Tests will be run against all these python versions, if you have them:
For a faster way to run tests:
python and python packages:
- Jonathan Chukinas - initial release
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details
- Brian Okken for his Test & Code podcast and Python Testing with pytest book, which jump-started my testing knowledge early in 2019 and recently helped me integrate pytest, flit, and tox together.
- Luciano Ramalho for his outstanding Fluent Python, which taught me much of what I know about python under the hood, dunder methods, lru cache, and so much more.
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