Welcome to PyWind’s documentation!¶
When I started looking at using available online information for renewable projects I was surprised at just how hard it was to access. This package is the evolution of those attempts. It aims to provide a simple way to access and then use the information and as such is constantly evolving.
All of the sources referenced are freely available, though some have (unclear) restrictions on using the data. I have tried to include warnings in the documentation when this is the case.
My documentation skills are still weak, so there may well be errors in these documents - please let me know and I’ll try to fix them!
In an effort to help find errors, I’ve enabled pywind for TravisCI. https://travis-ci.org/
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Python 3 Support¶
I am aiming to make the package fully Python 3 compatible, but my initial focus is Python 2.7 as that is the version that it will be immediately used with.
At the present time, support is partial and many things will not work as expected.
This is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain.
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There are many improvements that the
pywindpackage could benefit from, but these are the ones currently on my radar!
- improve test coverage
- add class to “accumulate” and “group” certificates to produce summary information
I’m always keen to improve the package, so if you have suggestions, comments, patches or even better pull requests - send them along!
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