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Adjutant II

Okay, I have converted the Python 2.7 code to Python 3.2 code. It wasn’t anywhere near as bad as I expected. Most of the problems were print statements becoming print functions, and some object which could be treated as lists in 2.7 but have to be explicitly converted in 3.2. Next step is to update the documentation. That is going to take a while for sure, since I want to add some graphical representations of objects and process flows, but that is a large part of why I downloaded Dia last month.

To share the current counts that I get when I run the test suite on Adjutant:

  • 2,514 lines of code.
  • 1,390 lines of comments.
  • 60 classes.
  • 208 methods.
  • 35 unbound functions.

Adjutant I

For a long time I’ve been working on a project to define Chess variants in XML. I did two rounds of coming up with a schema for Chess variants, and then decided that I really needed an application that used the XML to inform the schema design process. That led to me spending much of the past year working on Adjutant. Read the rest of this entry »