Eddie and Babs
kca17 at dial.pipex.com
Wed Mar 28 18:08:23 CEST 2001
The Python library reference says of the 'dis' module: "Since there is no
Python assembler, this module defines the Python assembly language."
Is the lack of a Python bytecode assembler a deliberate policy decision or
is it just that nobody has written one yet? Or have many tried, but none
lived to tell the tale?
I would consider such an assembler if there were no obvious reasons for it
not to exist.
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