This project relies on pygame.  You can download and install from http://www.pygame.org/

The Game class is intended to keep track of the state of a baseball
game.  The methods are events that can happen during a game.  

See the html files in the doc folder for details on the available methods.

The scripts and batch files at this level are just convenience tools to do
different things, like run lint, run the test suite, or recreate the docs.

coverage.py requires coverage module http://pypi.python.org/pypi/coverage
It will run the unit tests and give test coverage details.

mylint.py requires pylint module http://www.logilab.org/857
It will run pylint against all the code.

These I could only get to work on OS X:
test.sh will just run all the unit tests.

doc.sh will generate documentation, and requires the pydoc module.

In the src directory:

init_db.py will recreate the database, the default database name is 'league.db'

main.py is the main entry point to run the program.
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