This is the documentation the latest work-in-progress version of MPF!
This is the documentation for MPF 0.56, which is the “dev” (next) release of MPF that is a work-in-progress. This is probably ok, and means you’ll be on the latest, cutting-edge version of MPF.
However, if you want a more stable version, select the
v:stableversion from the lower-left corner of this page, which is the most recent version that is not getting new updates.
If you are new to MPF, we have recently rewritten the installation process which only applies to this “latest” 0.56, so you probably want to stay here because the prior installation process doesn’t work on the latest OS and Python versions.
MPF license & copyright¶
The Mission Pinball Framework code and all documentation is licensed in a way that basically means you can do whatever you want with it. The only real caveat is that you use it at your own risk, and we don’t provide any warranties.
The code is licensed under the MIT license, and the documentation is licensed via Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).
It a nutshell, you can use MPF and the docs however you want. You can use MPF in a commercial product. You can make changes to it, and you don’t have to share the changes back with the community if you don’t want to. You can make derivative works, sell it, build a business on it, etc. Go nuts!
At the end of the day, we created MPF because we want to see more pinball in the world, so we didn’t put any restrictions on what you can do with it because we don’t want anyone to hesitate jumping into the amazing world of pinball!