Friendly state machines for python.
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Friendly state machines for python. The goal of this library is to provide well documented state machine classes and associated utilities. The state machine pattern (or the implemented variation there-of) is a commonly used pattern and has a multitude of various usages. Some of the usages for this library include providing state & transition validation and running/scheduling/analyzing the execution of tasks.