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Namespace promotion done right!

Project description

exalt


Python 3.7 Not production ready Travis status

exalt provides a convenient way to dynamically create closures and bind them to a custom namespace. This is primarily useful for preserving an execution-context when calling into a different function.

Example

from exalt import promote


def baz():
    return bar


def foo():
    bar = "baz"

    return promote(baz, **locals())()


print(foo())

——————————————————————————— ↓ ———————————————————————————

baz

Installation

pip3 install --user exalt

Disclaimer

exalt heavily relies on CPython implementation details and probably shouldn't be used in a production environment.

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