Fuzzy Logic Library for Python 3
tjreedy at udel.edu
Thu Dec 20 01:21:46 CET 2012
On 12/19/2012 9:22 AM, Alexsandro Soares wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to build an fuzzy expert system in Python 3 and I need a
> good recommendation for a library/package for this, but working in
> Python 3.2. Some options are pyfuzzy and pyfuzzylib,
Please tell the authors that you would like to use with Py3 but can't.
One reason people have had for not upgrading is because there is 'no
demand'. Of course, happy 2.x users are mostly happy to continue with
2.x, whereas potential 3.x users usually silently move on.
> but I was not
> succeed to install these packages with Python 3.
I do not know about installation issues and how there are related to
Py3. I would expect that most of the actual code should run with little
or no change. The only change in arithmetic is int / int, and that can
be given the Py3 meaning in 2.6/7 with a future import.
Terry Jan Reedy
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