Python with a Node.js-like module system.
Node.py is a Python runtime compatible with CPython 2.7 and 3.3 – 3.6. It provides a separate but superior import mechanism for modules, bringing dependency management and ease of deployment for Python applications up to par with other languages, without virtualenvs. Node.py is inspired by Node.js.
Nodepy-pm, Node.py's package manager, allows you to install and manage standard Python packages (using Pip under the hood) as well as Node.py package. Nodepy-pm is a powerful tool for deploying Node.py applications and command-line tools.
Node.py is available from PyPI as
nodepy-runtime. The Python version that
you install it into will also be the Python version that you will use in your
Node.py code. (Note that the
six module is always available when using
Node.py, allowing you to write cross-Python version code easily).
$ pip install nodepy-runtime
--user flag if you don't want to install Node.py system-wide.
Either install from the online script using the following command:
$ nodepy https://nodepy.org/install-pm.py
Or install from the repository:
$ git clone https://github.com/nodepy/nodepy-pm.git $ nodepy nodepy-pm/scripts/install.py
Note The installer is not able to automatically detect whether Node.py
was installed system-wide or with the
--user option. If you installed Node.py
--user option, pass the
--global option to the install-script
(global meaning user-location). The default is to install with
$ nodepy https://nodepy.org/install-pm.py --global
- Python bytecache loading/writing
- Node.js-style traceback (Python's traceback sucks)
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