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import textwrap

def print_header(library_name: str, version: str, description: str, author: str, max_width: int = 60) -> None:
    """
    Prints a well-formatted header for your Python library with a decorative box and text wrapping.

    Args:
        library_name (str): The name of your library.
        version (str): The version of your library.
        description (str): A brief description of your library's functionality (wrapped to fit within max_width).
        author (str): The author or maintainer of the library.
        max_width (int, optional): The maximum width for text wrapping. Defaults to 60.
    """

    corner = "╭"  # Top left corner
    top_border = "─" * (max_width + 4)  # Top border with padding
    bottom_border = top_border
    side_border = "│"  # Side border

    # Wrap description using textwrap
    wrapped_description = textwrap.fill(description, width=max_width - 6)  # Account for side borders

    header_lines = [
        f"{corner}{top_border}{corner}",
        f"{side_border}  {library_name} v{version}  {side_border}",
        f"{side_border}  {wrapped_description}        {side_border}",
        f"{side_border}  by {author}               {side_border}",
        f"{corner}{bottom_border}{corner}",
    ]

    print("\n".join(header_lines))

# Example usage
library_name = "My Awesome Library with a Very Long Name That Needs Wrapping"
version = "1.0.0"
description = "This is a library for simplifying complex tasks. It can handle various operations and make your code more efficient. It's incredibly useful for data manipulation and automation."  # Test longer content
author = "Your Name"

print_header(library_name, version, description, author)

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