PyOGP Client Library Development

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This is the development page for the Pyogp Client Library. If you want to work with us on PyOGP here is all you need to know.

Setup and Preliminary Info

Development Principles

  • Tools we use (buildout, eggs, unit tests)
  • How do I add new functionality the best way? See PyOGP_Client_Library for implementation details.

How-Tos

Code Status

Coding Guidelines

We've recently published goals to keep in mind while writing new code for PyOGP. Please follow PyOGP_Coding_Guidelines when possible.

Documentation


  • Old Code
    • Tao Takashi's Pyogp - svn repo - Tao Takashi has hit the ground running with an experimental framework which has been made available here.
      • Read more at his blogpost describing the start of his work at his very long url.
    • Sai's Presence and Sai's Presence_cmd_line - Saijanai Kuhn's first attempts at some Python presence
    • Linden Pyogp - svn repo of Linden's first stab at framework, using Sai's code as a base
      • pyogp.lib-login.py - sample script which logs into aditi's agent domain and establishes a presence on a simulator on vaak:
      • Disclaimer*: Everything in the repo now will change dramatically in the next few weeks as things firm up structure wise. My desires for the work include: a simple, well defined library, a separate test framework (unittest, the initial high level code to be added this week), an samples/examples sandbox, and clean well commented code. That said, none of the above are in place now. They will be. More sophisticated implementations can evolve over time, or can be included on the side of the library...
    • Example_protocol_code - code written about login and presence
    • Interop Ruths - some news that may be of interest to us

Licensing

  1. The code written as part of this effort is subject to the Apache v2 license. Read more at http://opensource.org/licenses/apache2.0.php.
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