Ptpython is an advanced Python REPL. It should work on all Python versions from 2.6 up to 3.5 and work cross platform (Linux, BSD, OS X and Windows).
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IPython provides a rich toolkit to help you make the most of using Python interactively. It provides a Jupyter kernel to work with Python code in Jupyter notebooks and other interactive frontends.interpreter python-interpreter curses terminal jupyter data-science notebook repl
bpython is a lightweight Python interpreter that adds several features common to IDEs. These features include syntax highlighting, expected parameter list, auto-indentation, and autocompletion. bpython does not aim to be a complete IDE - the focus is on implementing a few ideas in a practical, useful, and lightweight manner.interpreter python-interpreter curses terminal
Ptpython is an advanced Python REPL. It should work on all Python versions from 2.6 up to 3.9 and work cross platform (Linux, BSD, OS X and Windows). Note: this version of ptpython requires at least Python 3.6. Install ptpython 2.0.5 for older Python versions.
This project is no longer being maintained. All the contents have been moved to magpie. Monkey is a toy language interpreter, written in Go. It has C-style syntax, and is largely inspired by Ruby, Python, Perl and c# It support the normal control flow, functional programming and object oriented programming. It also has a REPL with realtime syntax highlighter.programming-language scripting-languages scripting-language interpreted-languages interpreter object-oriented pratt-parser language
gomacro is an almost complete Go interpreter, implemented in pure Go. It offers both an interactive REPL and a scripting mode, and does not require a Go toolchain at runtime (except in one very specific case: import of a 3rd party package at runtime). press TAB to autocomplete a word, and press it again to cycle on possible completions.interpreter debugger eval repl macros generics
In order to effectively run ansible, the target machine needs to have a python interpreter. Coreos machines are minimal and do not ship with any version of python. To get around this limitation we can install pypy, a lightweight python interpreter. The coreos-bootstrap role will install pypy for us and we will update our inventory file to use the installed python interpreter. Unlike a typical role, you need to configure Ansible to use an alternative python interpreter for coreos hosts. This can be done by adding a coreos group to your inventory file and setting the group's vars to use the new python interpreter. This way, you can use ansible to manage CoreOS and non-CoreOS hosts. Simply put every host that has CoreOS into the coreos inventory group and it will automatically use the specified python interpreter.
oK is a toy interpreter for a dialect of the K programming language which aims to be an implementation of K5, the still-evolving bleeding edge version of the language. Expect oK to be buggy, incomplete and occasionally flat-out wrong, but slowly improving over time. Read the oK Manual for an overview of oK's operators and syntax. If you are interested in learning more about K, consider downloading the free version of kdb from Kx Systems, the fine makers of K. Alternatively, Kona is an open-source reimplementation of K3/K4.interpreter repl programming-language livecoding vector
jQuery Terminal Emulator is a plugin for creating command line interpreters in your applications. It can automatically call JSON-RPC service when a user types commands or you can provide you own function in which you can parse user commands. It's ideal if you want to provide additional functionality for power users. It can also be used to debug your application. You can create an interpreter for your JSON-RPC service with one line of code (just use url as first argument).json-rpc parse interpreter command cli shell terminal command-line emulator prompt console keyboard type rpc input ui
A toy Python 3 interpreter implemented in Haskell. I wanted to learn Haskell, and I wanted a big project, so I decided to write a Python 3 interpreter. The result was extremely educational and easily the coolest project I've ever worked on. Because it's implemented in a naive fashion, it won't ever be a replacement for real Python implementations.haskell language interpreter
prompt_toolkit is a library for building powerful interactive command lines and terminal applications in Python. ptpython is an interactive Python Shell, build on top of prompt_toolkit. prompt_toolkit could be a replacement for GNU readline, but it can be much more than that.command-line interactive-command-line terminal auto-completion toolkit command-line-library interactive shell
konch is a CLI and configuration utility for the Python shell, optimized for simplicity and productivity.ipython shell repl command-line python-3 python-2 bpython ptpython
RTV provides a text-based interface to view and interact with reddit. It's compatible with most terminal emulators on Linux and macOS. RTV is built in python using the curses library.terminal reddit-client curses reddit command-line tui
A new pure functional language built on the top of Python3. Warning: this is an alpha release; the core of the interpreter is working and should give a precise idea of the language, but the provided program parses the README.md file (see the very last line of the code). This is because it should be discussed (on a mailing list) how to use the interpreter: as a standalone command line tool? as a module called from pure Python code? should it be turned into an interpreter or rather compile collection of functions to .pyc modules? In the initial days after the announcement of the project, I will be watching the #lambdascript channel on irc.freenode.net for discussing about the further evolutions of the project (answers may take a little time however).
Use the same terminal for everything. The main reason for this plugin is reuse the terminal easily. All commands opens a terminal if it's not open or reuse the open terminal. REPL commands, opens a terminal and the proper REPL, if it's not opened. To install this plugin, you should use one of the following methods. For Windows users, replace usage of the Unix ~/.vim directory with %USERPROFILE%\_vim, or another directory if you have configured Vim differently. On Windows, your ~/.vimrc file will be similarly stored in %USERPROFILE%\_vimrc.repl neovim vim terminal
This is tis-interpreter, an interpreter of C for detecting undefined behavior. tis-interpreter detects subtle bugs in C programs that may not have eye-visible effects when executing the same programs compiled in the traditional way. Some of the bugs that are discovered lead to security vulnerabilities. Fortunately, most don’t.
Py4J enables Python programs running in a Python interpreter to dynamically access Java objects in a Java Virtual Machine. Methods are called as if the Java objects resided in the Python interpreter and Java collections can be accessed through standard Python collection methods. Py4J also enables Java programs to call back Python objects. The latest compiled release is available in the current-release directory.distributed-systems programming-languages
This plugin adds Python completions and some IDE-like functions to Sublime Text 3, through the use of the Rope library. It is a complete rewrite of SublimeRope for ST2. It should be a lot faster and easier to use than SublimeRope was. In contrast to SublimeRope, it does use the built in Python only for UI-related functions, the completions and refactorings are calculated using the exact same python interpreter you use for your project (e.g. the one in your virtualenv). This eliminates a lot of small and big problems that SublimeRope had, e.g., not recognizing dict comprehensions because Python2.6 is used in ST2, or not recognizing some of your libraries because you did not configure all the paths etc.. Everything your projects interpreter sees, should be visible to SublimePython -> easier configuration.
PyParallel is an experimental, proof-of-concept fork of Python 3.3.5 designed to optimally exploit contemporary hardware: multiple CPU cores, fast SSDs, NUMA architectures, and fast I/O channels (10GbE, Thunderbolt, etc). It presents a solution for removing the limitation of the Python Global Interpreter Lock (GIL) without needing to actually remove it at all. The code changes required to the interpreter are relatively unobtrusive, all existing semantics such as reference counting and garbage collection remain unchanged, the new mental model required in order to write PyParallel-safe code is very simple (don't persist parallel objects), the single-thread overhead is negligible, and, most desirably, performance scales linearly with cores.
The Binary Code Interpreter is a small and funny programming languaage. This interpreter works a bit like a Turing Machine.binary fun interpreter
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