grumpy | Grumpy is a Python to Go source code transcompiler | Bytecode library

 by   google Go Version: Current License: Apache-2.0

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grumpy is a Go library typically used in Programming Style, Bytecode applications. grumpy has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

Grumpy is a Python to Go source code transcompiler and runtime that is intended to be a near drop-in replacement for CPython 2.7. The key difference is that it compiles Python source code to Go source code which is then compiled to native code, rather than to bytecode. This means that Grumpy has no VM. The compiled Go source code is a series of calls to the Grumpy runtime, a Go library serving a similar purpose to the Python C API (although the API is incompatible with CPython's).

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              grumpy has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 10576 star(s) with 673 fork(s). There are 394 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 59 open issues and 80 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 314 days. There are 21 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of grumpy is current.

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              grumpy has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              grumpy has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              grumpy code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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              grumpy is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              grumpy releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
              It has 62769 lines of code, 5317 functions and 271 files.
              It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            Community Discussions


            Batch extracting specific file types from master directory with many subdirectories
            Asked 2022-Mar-28 at 09:42

            I have a quantity of folders with archive files, Parent folder with subfolder eg


            • graphics 01012021/file31241.7z
            • graphics 01022021/file4231.7z
            • odds and ends 01032022/filejohnny.7z

            etc each folder contains an archive - various names numbers. each archives contains various files, pdf's txt files invoices and image files. Generally the images are .jpg named various names.

            What I would like to do is batch attack the parent folder to extract an image file/s from the each archive from each sub directory and leave the image in the subdirectory with the archive where it came from. If the archive has multiple images that's fine, I am not targeting a single particular image.

            hopefully ending up with something like


            • graphics 01012021/ file31241.7z yellowstone.jpg flintstone.jpg
            • graphics 01022021/ file4231.7z martha.jpg
            • odds and ends 01032022/ filejohnny.7z artemis.jpg French toast.png

            I would rather avoid if possible extracting all the files separating the images then having to re archive.

            What I tried to discover originally was to batch extract the image files to the directory it belongs to, have the image file renamed to its directory name. I didn't get close with a solution, so I think if possible just extracting the image would be fine and I can use a renaming app to do the other I've found bulk rename utility to be just fine once I got my head around it. You wouldn't think that over the years you would collect so many archives, like small drops they ended up become an ocean full.

            I have tried researching stack and seen a lot of examples of how eg 7zip works but I just cant get my head quite around it.

            I am due to retire they tell me 65 is the time for the chicken coop, I've been a pencil pusher and mouse skater most of my life in the gfx industry. I used to know what was in each archive but memory is a little how to say... rusty nowadays, I know all my archives have images in them. My life would be a lot easier in the sunset of it to look at the pictures and not have to rack my brains trying to remember what was in the archive itself.

            Cheers and ty in advance from the colonies downunder.




            Answered 2022-Mar-27 at 03:00

            To answer your question the task is simple involving For loops with recursion, however to be robust the solution will be complex without knowing how those specific long term possibly mixed, 7zip files are subdivided, thus if a 7zip has itself two sub folders with identical named files you will hit error conditions. I have allowed for that using -aou to auto rename if necessary. however I have not added the folder name to each file as that's an extra step.



            Is it possible to obtain the date/time of streamed tweets using Twitter's API V2 in Python?
            Asked 2022-Mar-05 at 23:52

            I don't know if it's possible, but is there a way to get the date/time of each tweet that comes through Twitter's Filtered Stream?

            I'm using sample code provided in Twitter's API V2 documentation for "filtered stream" tweets as a base. I have edited it so that I can search for a key word, and I am able to just get the text of the tweets, but I also want to get the date/time of the tweets. I can't seem to be able to do it.

            My goal is to be able to count the number of tweets created every 15min that contains my word/s of interest, but I can't do this without having the time the tweets were created.

            Here is my code so far:



            Answered 2022-Mar-04 at 17:24

            Yes, you can add on additional field parameters to the endpoint. To get the created at times for Tweets, try For full list of optional params check out the API reference here



            Split a string into an array of words, punctuation and spaces in Dart
            Asked 2022-Mar-02 at 03:02

            I'm trying to replicate a method mentioned on this page:

            Split a string into an array of words, punctuation and spaces in JavaScript

            For example:



            Answered 2022-Mar-02 at 03:02

            Remove the g from the end of your RegExp.

            Also text will never be null since you declared it as a String, so there is no need for these null checks.



            What does "expected struct `ParseError`, found fn item" mean?
            Asked 2022-Feb-17 at 03:40

            I am working on a parser and I keep getting an error on this part of my code.



            Answered 2022-Feb-17 at 03:40

            The named tuple requires a String value to be constructed. Note that a string literal has type &str; you need to invoke the to_string() method to turn it into a string:



            Removing words from sentence when in lookup dataframe
            Asked 2021-Dec-07 at 21:13

            I have two dataframes, the one contains Reviews for cars and the second one contains the car make and car model. What I would like to do is use the car model df_brand['name'] to be used to lookup every word in the Review sentence df['Review'] and remove matching words. I would like to remove all the words that contain car brands in them.

            Input data df['Review']:



            Answered 2021-Dec-07 at 20:57

            Your problem wasn't quite condensed enough to reproduce, or to see the desired output, but your basic approach is fine. You may run into issues with misspellings, in which case maybe use an edit distance with a threshold for determining whether to take out the stopword. Here's my version of your code that seems to do fine



            Transforming sentences to Numbers using SciKit-Learn’s CountVectorizer()
            Asked 2021-Dec-06 at 19:26

            I am trying to convert a input sentence Review into a CountVectorizer. I am struggling to handle the sentences that are passed through. How do I deal with the sentences and add vectors to these? Any assistance will be highly appreciated.

            Input Data:



            Answered 2021-Dec-06 at 19:26

            You don't need the looping. From the documentation:



            Split string cutting off.. no idea what's going on
            Asked 2021-Jul-16 at 02:58

            I'm a beginner in Python and I used .split to make every word in an unorganized list into an organized list. But it seems to be cutting off some words or something, making it an incomplete list.

            So the words I initially copied and pasted were formatted like so (with the line break after every word):





            and so on...

            After typing the code:



            Answered 2021-Jun-30 at 07:40

            If you have a word per line on a txt file the most straightforward method would be something like



            Use data- attributes with Material UI and Typescript
            Asked 2021-Mar-17 at 16:18

            I'm trying to add a data-test-id attribute to a button in React, but Typescript is grumpy about it. How can I add this property to ALL Material components?



            Answered 2021-Mar-17 at 16:16

            Have you considered using a data-* attribute for this?

            Based on the Typescript documentation:

            Note: If an attribute name is not a valid JS identifier (like a data-* attribute), it is not considered to be an error if it is not found in the element attributes type.



            How to make nodes in the same rank wider in dot?
            Asked 2021-Feb-19 at 21:03

            The following dot graph

            is created by the following script:



            Answered 2021-Feb-19 at 21:03

            An invisible node put more space between u1 & v0. Adding weight values to edges caused them to become vertical. Group attributes might have done the same thing.



            npm publish fails with GitLab NPM registry
            Asked 2021-Feb-11 at 12:05

            I have tried to make use of the new NPM registry that's now part of the free GitLab edition. I am attempting to create a NPM package and publish it on our company's GitLab instance. When attempting to run npm publish, the process exits with the error:



            Answered 2021-Feb-11 at 12:05

            404 errors can, confusingly perhaps, refer to problems with credentials in this situation.

            You should replace

            •${CI_PROJECT_ID}/packages/npm/:_authToken with:
            • //${CI_PROJECT_ID}/packages/npm/:_authToken

            All other settings look okay* and should work. By default, a Gitlab project should have the package repository feature enabled. You can en/disable it in the project settings.

            * you could reduce the scope of your personal access token to just api.
            When/if you use project-level or org/group-level deploy tokens, they only need read_package_registry and/or write_package_registry.


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            exec, eval and compile: These dynamic features of CPython are not supported by Grumpy because Grumpy modules consist of statically-compiled Go code. Supporting dynamic execution would require bundling Grumpy programs with the compilation toolchain, which would be unwieldy and impractically slow. C extension modules: Grumpy has a different API and object layout than CPython and so supporting C extensions would be difficult. In principle it's possible to support them via an API bridge layer like the one that JyNI provides for Jython, but it would be hard to maintain and would add significant overhead when calling into and out of extension modules.
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