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Generate Python code objects by "assembling" bytecode

peak.util.assembler is a simple bytecode assembler module that handles most low-level bytecode generation details like jump offsets, stack size tracking, line number table generation, constant and variable name index tracking, etc. That way, you can focus your attention on the desired semantics of your bytecode instead of on these mechanical issues. In addition to a low-level opcode-oriented API for directly generating specific Python bytecodes, this module also offers an extensible mini-AST framework for generating code from high-level specifications. This framework does most of the work needed to transform tree-like structures into linear bytecode instructions, and includes the ability to do compile-time constant folding.

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EPEL 7 0.6-6.20100803svn2646.el7 -
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You can contact the maintainers of this package via email at python-peak-util-assembler dash maintainers at fedoraproject dot org.

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