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python-fluidity-sm


State machine implementation for Python objects


Development/Languages/Python

State machine implementation for Python objects.

A Fluidity state machine must have one initial state and at least two states.

A state may have enter and exit callbacks, for running some code on state enter and exit, respectively. These params can be method names (as strings), callables, or lists of method names or callables.


License: MIT
URL: https://github.com/nsi-iff/fluidity

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0.2.0-bp151.1.1 info GA Release 2019-06-18 15 SP1
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0.2.0-bp152.3.16 info GA Release 2020-04-17 15 SP2
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0.2.0-bp152.4.3.1 info openSUSE-2021-726 2021-05-14 15 SP2 Update
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