- Methods annotated
- see README.md for access instructions
peak.util.assembler/BytecodeAssembler: this module is used because it removes the need to fully understand the semantics of the python bytecode implementation
- available from http://peak.telecommunity.com/
- docs: http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/BytecodeAssembler
BytecodeAssembler had been originally written for py2k, and as such, i ported it to py3k.
Create user documentation. Describe how to use your product, list your features and what they do, describe known bugs/issues and outline I/O formats. Remember you are communicating with users not developers so use appropriate terminology. [3 marks]
Right here: User Documentation
As you progress through this project, keep a developer diary on what you have achieved. This does not need to be a period-by-period account, but when you have complete a milestone, run into (or conquered) a particularly nasty bug or had to redesign a facet of your project because reality didn’t mesh with how you envisioned it, write it down. The diary itself is only [2 marks] but will form the basis for your presentation. Don’t overlook it!
This is in the form of Milestones