ANNOUNCE: WordUtils 0.7.0 released

Discussion in 'Python' started by Kenneth Pronovici, Jul 22, 2003.

  1. Version 0.7.0 of the WordUtils package is now available from:

    http://cedar-solutions.com/software/wordutils/

    The WordUtils package provides pure-Python objects related to word
    searching and matching. The eventual goal is to develop a suite of
    objects that are suitable for building word games in the tradition of
    Scrabble (tm).

    All of the objects provide similar functionality with a similar
    interface, but are implemented in terms of different underlying data
    structures. Currently, objects implementing two different data
    structures are complete: the Dawg object, which implements a directed
    acyclic word graph, and the TernarySearchTree object, which implements a
    ternary search tree.

    The URL listed above contains further information about the package, as
    well as a link to Epydoc source code documentation for the package.

    The package requires Python 2.2 or better. It is distributed in Python
    distutils format and as a Debian .deb. It should be portable to all
    Python platforms, but has only been thoroughly tested under Debian
    GNU/Linux. A unit test suite is included.

    This is the first public release of the WordUtils package.
    Kenneth Pronovici, Jul 22, 2003
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