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===================
INSTALLATION: SimPy
===================

:Author: Klaus G. Muller
:Contact: kgmuller@users.sourceforge.net
:Author: Tony Vignaux
:Contact: vignaux@users.sourceforge.net
:Date: $Date: 2005/01/20 12:36:13 $
:Revision: $Revision: 1.1.1.3.2.1 $
:Web-site: http://simpy.sourceforge.net/
:SimpPy wiki: http://www.mcs.vuw.ac.nz/cgi-bin/wiki/SimPy


This file describes the installation of SimPy 1.5.1.

In order to install SimPy on your system, you will need to perform the
following steps:

1. Check that you have Python 2.2 or a later version installed on your
   system. If necessary, download it from http://www.python.org and
   install it.

2. Download and unpack the SimPy archive into a folder. Run "python setup.py install"
   in that folder. This will install the SimPy programs in a folder on the Python 
   search path. It will also create a SimPy1_5_1 folder with all source
   code and documentation.	

3. Run one or more of the programs under /SimPy/SimPyTests to see
   whether Python finds the SimPy module. If you get an error message
   like "ImportError: No module named SimPy", move the SimPy folder
   into a directory which you know to be on the Python module search
   path.

4. Read the tutorial and manuals and build your own simple models. A
   few lines of Python with SimPy calls can already model significant
   real systems.

Enjoy simulation programming in SimPy!.