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CVS to subversion migration complete

Today the subversion (svn) archive was synchronized with the CVS archive and CVS write permissions were removed.

To get a working copy of the spyse svn archive, do this:

svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/spyse spyse

To get help with svn commands

o svn help
o svn help <command>

The typical work cycle looks like this:

* Update your working copy
o svn update
* Make changes
o svn add
o svn delete
o svn copy
o svn move
* Examine your changes
o svn status
o svn diff
o svn revert
* Merge others' changes into your working copy
o svn update
o svn resolved
* Commit your changes
o svn commit

Posted by Thomas Hood 2006-06-11

Spyse at CeBIT

For anybody who happens to attend CeBIT in Hannover.

There will be a stand of Decis Lab in the future parc (hall 9, stand c10) where a multi-agent social simulation demo based on Spyse will be presented. André is at the stand on Tuesday and Wednesday March 14/15 to answer all your spysy questions in person.

Maybe see you there.

kind regards
André

http://www.cebit.de/
http://www.futureparc.nl/
http://www.decis.nl/... read more

Posted by André Meyer-Vitali 2006-02-28

Spyse wiki

The old home page of spyse will be removed shortly and replaced by the wiki at http://python.openspace.nl/spyse. Contributions are welcome ;-)

Posted by André Meyer-Vitali 2005-12-08

Update

Spyse is still alive and kicking after a pause of development. Expect a new version including a 3APL interpreter (BDI reasoner) within the next couple of weeks.
In the meantime, have a look at the recently published documents on the website <http://spyse.sf.net>.

Posted by André Meyer-Vitali 2005-04-13

First Release

The first pre-alpha release of spyse is now available. Have a look, try it out and comment, please.

Posted by André Meyer-Vitali 2004-10-09