Python bytecode manipulation library
byteplay lets you convert Python code objects into equivalent objects which are easy to play with, and lets you convert those objects back into living Python code objects. It's useful for applying crazy transformations on Python functions, and is also useful in learning Python byte code intricacies.
20 March 2013
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