Google ignites Python library for command lines

With its Python Fire library, Google is offering Python developers a mechanism to easily generate command-line interfaces. Newly available via open source, Python Fire turns code into a CLI without developers needing to do any more work, so it’s easier to transition between the Bash Linux CLI and Python.
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Google ignites Python library for command lines

With its Python Fire library, Google is offering Python developers a mechanism to easily generate command-line interfaces. Newly available via open source, Python Fire turns code into a CLI without developers needing to do any more work, so it’s easier to transition between the Bash Linux CLI and Python.
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Facebook releases ‘Prophet’ — its free forecasting tools — for Python and R

Credit:Screen shot of graph created with Facebook’s Prophet tool in R Facebook has open-sourced its Prophet forecasting tool, designed “to make it easier for experts and non-experts to make high-quality forecasts,” according to a blog post by Sean J. Taylor and Ben Letham in the company’s research team. “Forecasts are customizable in ways that are intuitive to non-experts,” they wrote.
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Dropbox pulls the plug on faster Python project

Pyston, Dropbox’s project to create a faster Python runtime similar to just-in-time compiling systems like PyPy, will no longer be sponsored by Dropbox after its latest release. Version 0.6.1 brings Pyston’s performance up to almost twice that of CPython, the standard-issue Python interpreter.
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Pythonnet brings Python to Microsoft .Net

The Pythonnet package gives Python developers interoperability between Microsoft’s .Net Common Language Runtime and the CPython implementation of the language. Also known as Python for .Net, the package lets developers script .Net applications or build entire applications in Python, using .Net services and components built in any language targeting the CLR.
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Pythonnet brings Python to Microsoft .Net

The Pythonnet package gives Python developers interoperability between Microsoft’s .Net Common Language Runtime and the CPython implementation of the language. Also known as Python for .Net, the package lets developers script .Net applications or build entire applications in Python, using .Net services and components built in any language targeting the CLR.
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Project promises packaging panacea for Python

Pipenv, a brand-new experimental tool, is offered as a packaging panacea for Python developers. Developed over last weekend, the tool is intended to bring the “best of all packaging worlds” to Python, harnessing PipFile, Pip, and Virtualenv into a single toolchain, according to developer Kenneth Reitz, who works in Python-related product development at cloud provider Heroku.
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Lambdascript adds functional programming to Python

Credit:flickr/Acid Pix Lambdascript,a pure functional language built atop Python 3, provides a bridge between Python and functional programming, in yet another nod to a software development paradigm that has been attracting plenty of attention lately. The Haskell-influenced language uses several Python features and benefits from modules written in Python, according to the project’s GitHub page.
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How Mypy could simplify compiling Python

Its the dream of every professional Python programmer: Take an existing Python application, run it through a compiler, and generate high-speed, platform-native code that respects Pythons dynamic nature. In theory, thats possible to do right nowsort of.
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