Sun Mar 11 14:53:48 EDT 2007
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Antoine van Gelder wrote:
> Don Hopkins wrote:
>> Of course it might just be more powerful and efficient to re-implement
>> something like Klik-and-Play from scratch in Python, as a plug-in
>> visual scripting component, which can be used to script a
>> HyperCard-like gui environment, and games built on top of it like
>> SimCity and Robot Odyssey.
> Anyone know the current status of being able to turn an AST tree emitted
> by the Python compiler module back into code after it has been modified ?
I've been looking into this for Develop activity, but it seems that path
has never been explored. Best approach seems to be to write a
pretty-printer to walk the tree.
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