PyDaylight 1.0 supports Daylight toolkits v4.81 and newer. If you are using an older toolkit version you should try one of the older PyDaylight distributions.
PyDaylight is a rapid application development library based on the Daylight chemical informatics toolkits (http://www.daylight.com/). Researchers enjoy it because it lets them implement and test new chemical algorithms in less than half the time of traditional methods. Software developers appreciate the use of high-level constructs such as object-oriented design, iterators and exceptions, and the easy integration with other Python libraries. Support staff enjoy it for its readability and its robust implementation that precludes most categories of silent errors, including type mismatches and memory leaks.
See the MUG 2000 presentation about PyDaylight for many examples of what it can do and why you should use it.
Development and SupportPyDaylight is developed and maintained by Dalke Scientific Software, LLC. In partnership with Mesa Analytics and Computing, LLC we provide consulting, customization, support and training for PyDaylight and chemical informatics. For more information, please visit our services page or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ResourcesAdditional information about PyDaylight can be found at the following locations:
To access the source code through anonymous CVS you can run the following two lines. (When prompted for a password for anonymous, simply press the Enter key.)
PyDaylight uses the standard Python installer. To install PyDaylight, download the package and move into the top-level directory then run the following from the shell.
% python setup.py installYou may need to be root to install in the default location. For more details see the README file. Please send any questions to the mailing list.
"Daylight", "Daylight toolkit", "Thor" and "Merlin" are registered trademarks of Daylight Chemical Information Systems, Inc. Daylight C.I.S. is neither affiliated with nor responsible for PyDaylight.
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