Just when you thought bytecodehacks couldn't provide anything more unlikely - your chance to bypass that pesky compiler and write directly to the virtual machine. Currently very limited; no jumps(!), default arguments, * or ** args or classes. But it's a proof of concept.
Assembly input looks like this:
IMPORT_NAME sys LOAD_ATTR path PRINT_ITEM PRINT_NEWLINE LOAD_CONST !1 STORE_NAME frig function foo x LOAD_FAST x LOAD_CONST !1 BINARY_ADD STORE_FAST y LOAD_FAST y LOAD_FAST y BINARY_ADD RETURN_VALUE end function n LOAD_GLOBAL frig DUP_TOP BINARY_ADD RETURN_VALUE end LOAD_CONST !None RETURN_VALUE
and then the following code can be used to make a module from the above (assuming the above is in a file called ``assdemo.pya''):
from bytecodehacks import assemble mod = assemble.assemble("assdemo.pya")
There's not going to be any more detailed documentation for a while, because its all probably going to change at least once. I need to work out a syntax for jumps, for starters.
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