MissingPy: Haskell interface to Python
MissingPy is two things:
A Haskell binding for many C and Python libraries for tasks such as data compression, databases, etc. This can be found in the MissingPy module tree.
Also, it's a low-level Haskell binding to the Python interpreter to enable development of hybrid applications that use both environments. This can be found in the Python module tree. The Haskell bindings above use this environment.
MissingPy permits you to call Python code from Haskell. It does NOT permit you to call Haskell code from Python.
MissingPy is the companion to my MissingH library, and integrates with it.
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|Dependencies||anydbm (>=1.0.5), base (>=4 && <5), MissingH (>=1.0.1) [details]|
|Copyright||Copyright (c) 2005-2008 John Goerzen|
|Maintainer||Matt Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
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