C/C++ source generation from an AST
cgen offers a simple abstract syntax tree for C and related languages (C++/CUDA/OpenCL) to allow structured code generation from Python. To represent mathematical expressions, cgen can be used with pymbolic.
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cgen is licensed under the liberal MIT license and free for commercial, academic, and private use. All of cgen’s dependencies can be automatically installed from the package index after using:
pip install cgen
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