A trivial extension to Python UML statechart framework
This Python package, statechartx, is a trivial extension to Leigh McKenzie’s statechart, Python UML statechart framework (https://github.com/leighmck/statechart).
This extension has introduced the concept of terminal state and workflow (or non-terminal state). A terminal state (class TerminalState) is equivalent to statechart’s class State, which itself does not contain any other states. A workflow (class Workflow) is equivalent to statechart’s class CompositeState, which itself contains other terminal states and workflows.
The goal of this extension is to simplify and ease the way a workflow is created and defined. This extension is by no means a layer of software on top of statechart, as the user still has to use statechart to achieve their goal. See the example code in example.py for example usage.
See file requirements.txt.
pip install statechartx
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