Alan G Isaac
Mon Oct 5 15:18:41 CDT 2009
>> On 10/5/2009 3:37 AM, Sebastian Haase wrote:
>>> my to do list for today is to implement a discrete
>>> (checker board kind-of) simulation
> On 10/5/09, Alan G Isaac<email@example.com> wrote:
>> License: MIT
>> PS Documentation is only docstrings, because it is simple,
>> but I can send you examples of use.
On 10/5/2009 1:46 PM, cool-RR wrote:
> I think there's been some confusion here: the docstrings in GarlicSim
> are standard Python strings. Only the structured introduction is a
> Word document.
Sorry for any confusion.
gridworld.py is not related to GarlicSim in any way.
It implements some classes useful for simulation on
a grid, as sought by Sebastian. (It requires Python 2.6.)
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