1. Albert-Jan Roskam
  2. savReaderWriter

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appveyor
savReaderWriter
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More messing with tox/coverage
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using versioneer instead of VERSION, hopefully fixes issue #10
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Worked on documentation. Messing with stupid VERSION docs
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added some untracked files
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small changes to config
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small changes to make setup working, failed because README had '.md' as an extension. Grrr.
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bogus commit for Appveyor
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Improved SavReader.all() and SavReaderNp.all() so both feature attribute access. Discovered another inconsistency, though. In unicode mode, characters in structured arrays should be returned as dtype U, not as S
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reverting appveyor.xml to version of commit cd76ab668086068cbc6c50e463d6abd38ee828d2
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small changes to tox.ini so no crap is included in the dist; also: folders for mainframes included again (forgot that Git doesn't like empty folders)
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Many changes wrt SavWriter, setup.py and tox
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modified generic.py, messing with files
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small changes to config
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fixed issue #25, added some unittests for this
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combined coverage and more coverage-related changes
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Fixed tox.ini, coverage etc. Coverage is now 90 %
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Worked on documentation. Messing with stupid VERSION docs
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Improved SavReader.all() and SavReaderNp.all() so both feature attribute access. Discovered another inconsistency, though. In unicode mode, characters in structured arrays should be returned as dtype U, not as S
36.7 KB
using versioneer instead of VERSION, hopefully fixes issue #10

SavReaderWriter

A cross-platform Python interface to the IBM SPSS Statistics Input Output Module. Read or Write SPSS system files (.sav, .zsav). Works with Python 2.7, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, pypy

installation:

python setup.py install

Or alternatively:

pip install savReaderWriter

To get the 'bleeding edge' version straight from the repository do:

pip install -U -e git+https://bitbucket.org/fomcl/savreaderwriter.git#egg=savreaderwriter

Unittests are usually run on Linux Debian 8 64. Windows unittest and build results may be viewed here:

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