New SDK: SDK for Python (Sdk)

New SDK: SDK for Python // Sdk

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May 21, 2001, 6:06pm

I'm just advertising the first *experimental* public release of an Active
Worlds SDK for Python: AWSDKPython.

You can download it from <>

If you don't know what Python is, it is an interpreted language,

Currently the documented part of Python SDK does little, and the
undocumented part a little more.
[Note that there is undocumented code there for parsing RWX, converting
RWX to VRML, or recording an area of a world via queries].

Waiting for feedback,

-- Cedric


May 22, 2001, 12:17pm
Great news. I added it to my SDK links :)

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May 24, 2001, 5:34pm
I doubt many people here use, or even know what Python is.... bunch of MS
users / VB scripters....

On the other hand.. that's great news! Maybe I'll finally be able to run a
bot under Linux without a Win emulator....


JerMe at
AIM: AlphaNumeric100
ICQ: 106209991
AW: JerMe (#296967)
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m a k a v e l i

May 24, 2001, 5:54pm
Actually the link he posted was a great help to this, I am getting ready to
check it out right now.

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May 24, 2001, 7:38pm
[View Quote] Actually I would be very eager to have bots running on Linux, but it's not
possible, because
the protocol (crypted, it was said) is in AW.DLL, a Windows DLL, I thus have
to use.


At least I wrote all the RWX parsing and generating code on Linux, anyway.
But anyway, cygwin + Borland free C++ + Emacs + Python 2.1+ JSPager is a
good emulation
for Linux on Win2K.

-- Cedric (dalf)


May 24, 2001, 7:40pm
[View Quote] Ok, thank you :-)

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