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Pygame.draw challenge is over!

It was quite successful too! Download the submissions from the pyweek.org
site:

http://media.pyweek.org/static/pgd-200606.zip

Congratulations to all who participated!
Richard

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Jun 26 '06 #1
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On Mon, 26 Jun 2006 10:53:50 +1000, ri*****@pyweek. org wrote:
It was quite successful too! Download the submissions from the pyweek.org
site:

http://media.pyweek.org/static/pgd-200606.zip

Congratulation s to all who participated!
Richard


Congrats to Seth Yastrov for 'gravity.py' ... THE ONLY ONE THAT
WORKED!
Jun 26 '06 #2
spiffy wrote:
Congrats to Seth Yastrov for 'gravity.py' ... THE ONLY ONE THAT
WORKED!


I did test that they all worked on my machine before putting them online...

What issues are you having? What OS? What version of Python and PyGame? I've
added this to the README.txt that comes with the files:

"""
These entries generally require:

Python 2.4+
PyGame 1.7+

and NOTHING ELSE.
"""
Richard

Jun 26 '06 #3
Richard Jones wrote:
spiffy wrote:
Congrats to Seth Yastrov for 'gravity.py' ... THE ONLY ONE THAT
WORKED!


I did test that they all worked on my machine before putting them
online...

What issues are you having? What OS?


The only issue I found is that goop dies with "IndexError : list index out
of range" if you move to to the top right corner.
Jun 26 '06 #4

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