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A Python module for looping over a sequence of commands with a focus on high configurability and extensibility.

Project description

A Python module for looping over a sequence of commands with a focus on high configurability and extensibility.

Latest Version

The latest version of this project can be found at : http://github.com/thomst/sequence.

Installation

  • Option 1 : Install via pip

    pip install sequence
    
  • Option 2 : If you have downloaded the source

    python setup.py install
    

Documentation

How to use?

from sequence import Timer
from sequence import Sequence
from sequence import Cmd

interval = 8
timer = Timer(interval)

def f(x): print x
cmd1 = Cmd(f, args=['cmd1'], stall=3)   #stall the execution of cmd2 for 3 sec
cmd2 = Cmd(f, args=['cmd2'])            #just right now (depending on the order)
cmd3 = Cmd(f, args=['cmd3'], delay=4)   #soonest after 4 sec from loop-start
                                        #other options are available...

sequence = Sequence(timer, [cmd1, cmd2, cmd3])
sequence.go()

Reporting Bugs

Please report bugs at github issue tracker: https://github.com/thomst/sequence/issues

Author

thomst <thomaslfuss@gmx.de> Thomas Leichtfuß

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