Efficient, Pythonic bidirectional map implementation and related functionality
Efficient, Pythonic bidirectional map implementation and related functionality.
The bidict codebase is mature, well-tested, and well-reviewed. It is in use by several teams at Google, Bank of America Merill Lynch, and other developers all over the world.
If you are thinking of using bidict in your work, or if you have any questions, comments, or suggested improvements, please let me know! I’d love to know about and be able to support your use case as much as possible.
Please also feel free to file an issue or submit a pull request. All contributions are gratefully received:) (See contributing below.)
pip install bidict
For usage documentation, please start at the intro and proceed from there.
If you’re reading this on GitHub, PyPI, in your code editor, or in some other place that can’t render/link the full docs properly, you can find the bidict documentation on Read the Docs at:
Also note: multiple versions of the documentation are published on Read the Docs, and by default you will be taken to the version built from the master branch. You can choose different versions from the pop-up menu in the lower-right.
For information about contributing, please see the contributors-guide (CONTRIBUTING.rst | https://bidict.readthedocs.io/contributors-guide.html)
If bidict has helped you accomplish your work, especially work you’ve been paid for, please consider supporting bidict’s maintenance and development.