@jjevnik -- Oops! I meant to send it there and sent it here by mistake.

But thank you, everyone, for the recommendations! I'll check them all out and (mercifully) will probably not try to write this from scratch.

On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 11:05 PM Brandt Bucher <brandtbucher@gmail.com> wrote:
Interesting that you bring this up. Just earlier this week I published the first version of a new package that lets you write compiled bytecode instructions inline with pure-Python syntax. The code's still a bit messy, being only a week old and all, but it works as advertised for CPython 3.6.2 through 3.9.0a0, and even includes neat features like labeled jumps, unused name/constant removal, stack size adjustments, etc... Perhaps it'll be useful to you (or at least you'll find it interesting): https://github.com/brandtbucher/hax

Victor's Stinner's Bytecode package (already mentioned) is surely better for *dynamic* generation... I've never used it personally, but it looks great.

Definitely not for the faint of heart, though! ;)

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