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Python transpiler for the esoteric language Rockstar

Project description

rockstar-py

Python transpiler for the esoteric language Rockstar

Travis (.org) Codacy grade PyPI - Version PyPI - Status PyPI - Status PyPI - Python Version PyPI - Wheel GitHub top language Code Style - Black GitHub contributors GitHub stars GitHub issues GitHub code size in bytes GitHub Release Date GitHub commits since tagged version GitHub last commit License - MIT

Getting Started

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.

Installing

First, make sure you have installed a supported Python version (>= 3.6).

Now, the easiest way of installing rockstar-py is using pip:

pip install rockstar-py

(This may require sudo if you're installing globally on a *nix system.

You can also clone this project using git and install the package with setuptools:

git clone https://github.com/yyyyyyyan/rockstar-py.git
cd rockstar-py
python3 setup.py install

Usage

If you installed the package using pip or setuptools, you can simply run rockstar-py in the command line:

rockstar-py [-h] (-i INPUT | --stdin) [-o OUTPUT | --stdout | --exec] [-v]

Otherwise, you can run the transpiler from inside the rockstar-py folder by running Python with the rockstarpy package:

python3 rockstarpy [-h] (-i INPUT | --stdin) [-o OUTPUT | --stdout | --exec] [-v]

Call rockstar-py with the flag -h/--help to see a description of all options:

usage: rockstar-py [-h] (-i INPUT | --stdin) [-o OUTPUT | --stdout | --exec] [-v]

Python transpiler for the esoteric language Rockstar

optional arguments:
 -h, --help            show this help message and exit
 -i INPUT, --input INPUT
                       Input file (.rock)
 --stdin               Stream in stdin
 -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                       Output file (.py)
 --stdout              Stream to stdout
 --exec                Execute (without saving) the transpiled code
 -v, --version         Version

Examples

Just to make it more clear, some examples with the fizz.rock code.

Basic usage

> rockstar-py -i fizz.rock -o fizz.py
> ls
fizz.py  fizz.rock
> cat fizz.py
def Midnight(your_heart, your_soul):
   while your_heart >= your_soul: # this is a comment
       your_heart = your_heart - your_soul
   return your_heart
Desire = 100
my_world = False
Fire = 3 # i love comments
Hate = 5
while not my_world == Desire:
   my_world += 1
   if Midnight(my_world, Fire) == False and Midnight(my_world, Hate) == False:
       print("FizzBuzz!")
       continue
   if Midnight(my_world, Fire) == False:
       print("Fizz!")
       continue
   if Midnight(my_world, Hate) == False:
       print("Buzz!")
       continue
   print(my_world)

Using --stdout

> rockstar-py -i fizz.rock --stdout
def Midnight(your_heart, your_soul):
   while your_heart >= your_soul: # this is a comment
       your_heart = your_heart - your_soul
   return your_heart
Desire = 100
my_world = False
Fire = 3 # i love comments
Hate = 5
while not my_world == Desire:
   my_world += 1
   if Midnight(my_world, Fire) == False and Midnight(my_world, Hate) == False:
       print("FizzBuzz!")
       continue
   if Midnight(my_world, Fire) == False:
       print("Fizz!")
       continue
   if Midnight(my_world, Hate) == False:
       print("Buzz!")
       continue
   print(my_world)

Using --stdin

> rockstar-py --stdin -o fizz.py
Midnight takes your heart and your soul
While your heart is as high as your soul (this is a comment)
Put your heart without your soul into your heart

Give back your heart


Desire's a lovestruck ladykiller
My world is empty
Fire's ice (i love comments)
Hate is water
Until my world is Desire,
Build my world up
If Midnight taking my world, Fire is nothing and Midnight taking my world, Hate is nothing
Shout "FizzBuzz!"
Take it to the top

If Midnight taking my world, Fire is nothing
Shout "Fizz!"
Take it to the top

If Midnight taking my world, Hate is nothing
Say "Buzz!"
Take it to the top

Whisper my world
[Ctrl+D]
> ls
fizz.py  fizz.rock

Using --exec

> rockstar-py -i fizz.rock --exec
1
2
Fizz!
4
Buzz!
Fizz!
7
8
Fizz!
Buzz!
11
Fizz!
13
14
FizzBuzz!
16
17
Fizz!
19
Buzz!
Fizz!
22
23
Fizz!
Buzz!
26
Fizz!
28
29
FizzBuzz!
31
32
Fizz!
34
Buzz!
Fizz!
37
38
Fizz!
Buzz!
41
Fizz!
43
44
FizzBuzz!
46
47
Fizz!
49
Buzz!
Fizz!
52
53
Fizz!
Buzz!
56
Fizz!
58
59
FizzBuzz!
61
62
Fizz!
64
Buzz!
Fizz!
67
68
Fizz!
Buzz!
71
Fizz!
73
74
FizzBuzz!
76
77
Fizz!
79
Buzz!
Fizz!
82
83
Fizz!
Buzz!
86
Fizz!
88
89
FizzBuzz!
91
92
Fizz!
94
Buzz!
Fizz!
97
98
Fizz!
Buzz!

Contributing

The project has basically reached its end, but I'm still accepting pull requests that improve speed and legibility of the code.

Authors

Contributors

Huge thanks to everyone who is contribuing to this project. Check them out at Contributors!

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.

Acknowledgments

  • Hat tip to dylanbeattie for creating Rockstar
  • The FizzBuzz example works well. If valid code doesn’t work, create an issue so I can get a look.
  • I’ll work on the readibility and organization of the code, would love suggestions on how/where to do that.
  • I'd also love help with the tests.

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