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The async transformation code.

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Welcome to unasync, a project that can transform your asynchronous code into synchronous code.

Why are we doing it? - urllib3/urllib3#1335


pip install unasync


To use the unasync project you need to install the package and then create a _async folder where you will place the asynchronous code that you want to transform into synchronous code.

And then in your place the following code.

import unasync

    cmdclass={'build_py': unasync.cmdclass_build_py()},

And when you will build your package you will get your synchronous code in _sync folder.

If you’d like to customize where certain rules are applied you can pass customized unasync.Rule instances to unasync.cmdclass_build_py()

import unasync

    cmdclass={'build_py': unasync.cmdclass_build_py(rules=[
        # This rule transforms files within 'ahip' -> 'hip'
        # instead of the default '_async' -> '_sync'.
        unasync.Rule("/ahip/", "/hip/"),

        # This rule's 'fromdir' is more specific so will take precedent
        # over the above rule if the path is within /ahip/tests/...
        # This rule adds an additional token replacement over the default replacements.
        unasync.Rule("/ahip/tests/", "/hip/tests/", additional_replacements={"ahip": "hip"}),


License: Your choice of MIT or Apache License 2.0

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