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This project is not part of the GNU Project.

pygsear makes getting started with pygame simpler.

Copyright:

All of the code in this distribution is (C) Lee Harr.

pygsear is made available under version 2 of the
GNU General Public License. The included LICENSE
file describes this in detail.

Getting started:

You can use this code without installing anything,
but it will be easier to use once it is installed.

To test before installing, try:
./test.py

To use scripts in the examples/ directory without
installing, add the base directory to your PYTHONPATH.

==Installation: ==
*nix:
If you are satisfied, and want to install the package
files, do this command as root:

python setup.py install

Make sure you use the version of python which you use
to run pygame programs.

windows:
Go in to the installers/ directory and double click
on the file pygsear-*.win32.exe

pygsear is tested with:

Linux 2.6.18
Python 2.4.3
Pygame 1.7.1

Registration Date: Thu 23 Jan 2003 09:02:27 PM UTC
License: GNU General Public License v2 or later
Development Status: 4 - Beta

 

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Separation
     posted by turtledove, Sun 05 Oct 2003 02:08:21 AM UTC - 0 replies

I moved a few of the larger demo games in to a separate download. The tarball was getting pretty large, so this should help, especially if people just want to keep up with the base library. It would be nice to break it down even further -- in to base, doc, and full archives. I think I need some more special distutils magic to handle that one, though. Eventually.

Framerate and Acceleration
     posted by turtledove, Tue 04 Feb 2003 05:58:20 PM UTC - 0 replies

Phew! I think I finally have the acceleration of the lunar lander
working properly. I knew I took physics for a reason.

New Windows Installer
     posted by turtledove, Tue 04 Feb 2003 05:54:04 PM UTC - 0 replies

Starting with version 0.27, pygsear now includes a windows exe
installer inside of the distribution zip file.

To install on windows, you should be able to go in to the
installers/ directory and click on the win32.exe


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