Tranducers, similar to those in Clojure
Transducers are functions which transform reducers - hence the name. A reducer, in this case, is any function which you could pass to the reduce() function in the Python Standard Library functools module. Such reducers accept an initial or intermediate result and combine a new value with that result to produce a new (or updated) result. Transducers provide us with a convenient means to compose simple reducers into more complex and capable reducers.
Transducers were developed by Rich Hickey, the driving force behind the Clojure programming language, and this package aims to bring the benefits of transducers to Python, whilst transforming some of the Clojurisms into more Pythonic solutions.
This package, which is most definitely a work in progress and a vehicle for ongoing reseach into transducers in Python, implements simple infrastructure for implementing transducers in Python, a selection of transducer implementations of common operations, and some ‘transducible processes’ which allow us to apply transducers to iterable series (both eagerly and lazily) and to use transducers to process ‘push’ events implemented as Python coroutines.
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