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Tools to convert Python code into Java bytecode.

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VOC

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A transpiler that converts Python code into Java bytecode.

This is experimental code. If it breaks, you get to keep all the shiny pieces.

What it does:

  • Provides an API to let you programmatically create Java class files.
  • Compiles Python 3.4 source files into Java class files, enabling you to run Python code on a JVM (including Android’s VM).

It isn’t a completely compliant Python 3.4 implementation - there are some language features (some builtin functions) that still need to be implemented, and there is only a bare bones standard library implementation. However, it is possible to convert simple Python programs, and even write simple Android applications.

Tutorial

To take VOC for a spin, run through the Getting Started guide, then start with the first tutorial.

If you’d like to contribute to VOC development, we have a guide for first time contributors.

Documentation

Documentation for VOC can be found on Read The Docs.

Why “VOC”?

The Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC), or Dutch East India Company, is often considered to be the world’s first multinational corporation. It was also the first company to issue shares, and facilitate the trading of those shares. It was granted a 21 year monopoly to carry out trade activities in Asia, primarily the Spice Islands - the Dutch East Indies. They established a major trading port at Batavia - now Jakarta, on the island of Java (now part of Indonesia). As a result of their monopoly, the VOC became an incredibly valuable company, issuing an 18% annual dividend for almost 200 years.

VOC was… the world’s first Enterprise using Java. (rimshot!)

VOC is also a backronym for “Vestigial Output Compiler”. Or “Vexing Obtuse Compiler”. Or “Valuable Obscure Compiler”. Or “Varigated Ocelot Calibrator”. It’s your choice.

Community

VOC is part of the BeeWare suite. You can talk to the community through:

We foster a welcoming and respectful community as described in our BeeWare Community Code of Conduct.

Contributing

To get started with contributing to VOC, head over to our First Timers Guide.

If you experience problems with VOC, log them on GitHub. If you want to contribute code, please fork the code and submit a pull request.

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