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Python internals and parser

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Hi

Is there any detailed documentation on the structure of Pythons internals,
besides the source code itself?

More specifically I am looking for information regarding the C parser, since
I am looking into the viability of using it in another project that needs
to parse python code (and I would like the code to be written in C).

Any inputs?

Regards,
Michael Barkholt
Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Michael Barkholt" <mi*****@student.sdu.dk> wrote in message
news:42***********************@nntp06.dk.telia.net ...
Is there any detailed documentation on the structure of Pythons
internals,
besides the source code itself?


In detail, in one place, no. There are bits and pieces in the C API docs
and the Lib man chapters on the parser and dis modules and perhaps the
compiler module.

Terry J. Reedy

Jul 19 '05 #2

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Hi,

On 22.06.2005, at 23:18, Michael Barkholt wrote:
Is there any detailed documentation on the structure of Pythons
internals,
besides the source code itself?

More specifically I am looking for information regarding the C parser,
since
I am looking into the viability of using it in another project that
needs
to parse python code (and I would like the code to be written in C).

maybe this link might help you: http://wiki.cs.uiuc.edu/cs427/PYTHON
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-- Heinz von Foerster

Jul 19 '05 #3

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