A library to convert between integers and Unicode Roman numerals.
This library also supports the use of unicode fallback characters. For example, when using fallback characters, instead of outputting code point U+216F (Ⅿ) the library will output the latin M character, which looks identical to the Roman numeral glyph.
Please keep in mind that fallback characters should only be used if escape sequences are unavailable.
- 0.1 Convert between numerals and integers
- 0.2 Integrate services like PyUp and TravisCI
- 0.3 Add support for fallback characters
- 0.4 Write documenation
- 0.5 Add support for Apostrophus
- 0.6 Add support for Vinculum
- 1.0 Full feature release
The structure of the project forces tests to run on an installed version of the code.
You can run the tests directly with python setup.py test. Alternatively, you could install the package with pip install -e . or python setup.py develop and then run tests with py.test.
To run linters, checkers, and tests on multiple Python versions, simply invoke tox.
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