I was hoping for iter and callable to be part of the ride, as this is going to lead people to use list/tuple instead of typing.Iterable since it's easier to type.
But it's a nice improvement.
Now if PEP 604 is added into the mix, 3.9 will start to look seriously sexy
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PyTorch Implementation of "Lossless Image Compression through Super-Resolution" https://github.com/caoscott/SReC
On of the reason I'm still using pew is because it let you create a venv without a project, yet associate a project dir with a venv later with auto cd.
It's possible dephell will implement this at some point. Finger crosses.
Tired of typing those two lines:
conda activate project
I added an activate function to my .bashrc
Same with mypy + pylint + vscode lang server.
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Interesting load balancing strategy by CRA
hey, frenz, i heard today that i'm going to laid off.
i'd appreciate good thoughts, RTs, etc.
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Oh, one last thing: you can't use it as a context manager :(
So pexpect is way more confortable, but you don't always want another dependancy.
asyncio.subprocess works on Unix and Windows, but
is available for Windows only if a ProactorEventLoop is used (it's now the default in python 3.8)
echo -n "Foo: "
echo -n "Bar: "
echo "You chose $foo and $bar"
I want to pilot it to do:
You chose a and b
Then I can do:
Executable delicious delights. And stuff.
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