[Python-ideas] Modifying yield from's return value
joejev at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 17:55:17 EDT 2016
I have written a library `cotoolz` that provides the primitive pieces
needed for this. It implements a `comap` type which is like `map` but
properly forwards `send`, `throw`, and `close` to the underlying coroutine.
There is no special syntax needed, just write:
yield from comap(f, inner_coroutine())
This also supports `cozip` which lets you zip together multiple coroutines,
yield from cozip(inner_coroutine_a(), inner_corouting_b(),
This will fan out the sends to all of the coroutines and collect the
results into a single tuple to yield. Just like `zip`, this will be
exchausted when the first coroutine is exhausted.
The library is available as free software on pypi or on here:
On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 5:40 PM, Bar Harel <bzvi7919 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I asked a question in stackoverflow
> <http://stackoverflow.com/q/36582679/1658617> regarding a way of
> modifying yield from's return value.
> There doesn't seem to be any way of modifying the data yielded by the
> yield from expression without breaking the yield from "pipe". By "pipe" I
> mean the fact that .send() and .throw() pass to the inner generator. Useful
> cases are parsers as I've demonstrated in the question, transcoders,
> encoding and decoding the yielded values without interrupting .send() or
> .throw() and generally coroutines.
> I believe it would be beneficial to many aspects and libraries in Python,
> most notably asyncio.
> I couldn't think of a good syntax though, other than creating a wrapping
> function, lets say in itertools, that creates a class overriding send,
> throw and __next__ and receives the generator and associated modification
> functions (like suggested in one of the answers).
> What do you think? Is it useful? Any suggested syntax?
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