Efficient, Pythonic bidirectional map implementation and related functionality
Efficient, Pythonic bidirectional map implementation and related functionality.
- is in use by several teams at Google, Venmo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and many others,
- has carefully designed APIs for safety, simplicity, flexibility, and ergonomics,
- is CPython-, PyPy-, Python 2-, and Python 3-compatible,
- has extensive test coverage, including property-based tests and benchmarks, which are run continuously on all supported Python versions and OSes,
- integrates with Python’s collections interfaces and abstract base classes,
- is thoroughly and attentively documented, and
- is made up of mature, concise, and well-reviewed code.
Community and Support
If you are thinking of using bidict in your work, or if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, I’d love to know about your use case and provide as much support for it as possible.
Notice of Usage
If you are already using bidict, and especially if you/your organization is a significant user, please let me know you’re using it!
See the (doc:)`changelog`  for a history of notable changes to bidict.
Tip: Follow bidict on Sibbell to be notified when a new version of bidict is released.
pip install bidict
Please head to the (doc:)`intro`  for usage documentation.
Bidict is currently a one-person operation maintained on a voluntary basis for the public good. Your help would be most welcome.
If bidict has helped you accomplish your work, especially work you’ve been paid for, please consider supporting bidict’s maintenance and development.
For information about contributing to the code, please see the (doc:)`contributors-guide`. 
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|||docs/intro.rst | https://bidict.readthedocs.io/intro.html|