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etsconfig
protocols
testing
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MANIFEST.in
README.txt
__init__.py
adapter.py
api.py
category.py
ctraits.c
has_dynamic_views.py
has_traits.py
interface_checker.py
trait_base.py
trait_errors.py
trait_handlers.py
trait_notifiers.py
trait_numeric.py
trait_types.py
trait_value.py
traits.py
traits_listener.py
ustr_trait.py

README.txt

Introduction
------------

'Traits' is a Python package for creating 'manifestly'-typed Python attributes.

Installation
------------

The Traits package is installed using the standard Python 'distutils' package.

Enter the following command in the 'traits-1.0' directory:

   python setup.py install

This will perform a normal install of the Traits package into your Python
installation. Refer to the Python 'distutils' documentation for more
installation options.

Download
--------

The Traits package is available as part of the Enthought Tool Suite (ETS),
available from:

    http://code.enthought.com/ets/

To install ETS using Enthought's egg-based 'Enstaller', download and run:

    http://code.enthought.com/enstaller/run_enstaller.py

License
-------

The 'traits' package is available under a BSD style license.

Contact
-------

If you encounter any problems using the 'traits' package, or have any comments
or suggestions about the package, please contact the primary author:

   David C. Morrill
   dmorrill@enthought.com

For discussion of the Traits package, as well as other tools in the Enthought
Tool Suite, use the enthought-dev mailing list:

    https://mail.enthought.com/mailman/listinfo/enthought-dev

    http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.comp.python.enthought.devel

Prerequisites
-------------

The base Traits package should work on any platform supporting Python >= 2.4

The user interface capabilities of the traits package require additional
Python packages to be installed.

The UI toolkit backend that is actively maintained is wxPython. To use it,
install a version >= 2.4 (available from: http://www.wxpython.org).