Pycopy - A minimalist and memory-efficient Python implementation. Good for desktop, cloud, constrained systems, microcontrollers, and just everything

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Pycopy aims to develop and maintain a minimalist, lightweight, and extensible implementation of Python(-compatible) language. Pycopy to CPython is a similar thing as Scheme to Common Lisp. Pycopy works similarly well in the cloud, on desktop systems, on small embedded systems, and scales all the way down to microcontrollers. It is originally based on MicroPython.

https://github.com/pfalcon/pycopy
http://pycopy.readthedocs.io/

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