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PureScript, Python, support since Python 3.5.

pspy is provided to meet the interface of spago.

This requires the installation of PureScript Python.

Basic Usage

sh> pspy --init # initialize PSPY configure. PLEASE do this after `spago init`.
sh> pspy # build a project
sh> pspy --run # run built python package
sh> pspy --update # build and update Python FFI dependencies

Default output python package is the name of your PureScript project, i.e., project xxx produces a python package xxx in in directory xxx/xxx, and you can add a xxx/ to package Python modules and publish it to PyPI.


This is the default configuration.

  "corefn-dir": "output",
  "entry-module": "Main",
  "index-mirror": "default",
  "pspy-blueprint": "pspy-blueprint",
  "spago": "spago"

It's designed for cases of making very complex extensions and very rare corner cases, in most cases you're not expected to change it.

The details of pure-py.json will be added here when I have bandwidth.

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