Thomas Kluyver added the comment:
Thanks, I'm really glad to see that it's useful to others. I don't mind
contributing it to Python, but I wonder if it's better to let it develop
separately for a few months first - it's still very new, and I can improve it
faster in a repository where I can commit to it myself. I'm open to other
opinions on that, though.
In the meantime, let me know if there are any specific formats/styles/etc. that
I should work towards, to make a later move into the official docs simpler. I
have a couple of particular questions:
- The repository includes some utility code for exploring ASTs, as well as
longer, runnable versions of the examples in the docs. What would be the best
way to preserve these?
- There are some nodes (like AugLoad) that I've yet to find what they actually
do, while I've only seen Param in Python 2. Is this an issue?
Of course, you're more than welcome to give a 'see also' link to GTS if we
decide not to move it for now.
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