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Allows you to interface Python and zepto crudely

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A crude way of interfacing zepto and Python.


You need to have zepto installed.


pip install pyzepto


I really advise against using it. It’s amazingly crude. But if you really want to do this, it’s relatively straight-forward. The main function that is exposed by this package is zepto. It takes a string of zepto code and evaluates it, returning the return value as a string.

from pyzepto import zepto

zepto("(+ 1 2 3)") # => "6"
zepto("(make-byte-vector 10 0)") # => "b{0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0}"

I also implemented a custom module loader for your convenience, so you can import zepto files into Python using regular import statements. What could possibly go wrong?

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