zpython

Embeds a Python interpreter into zsh

https://bitbucket.org/ZyX_I/zsh

/api/formula-linux/zpython.json (JSON API)

Linux formula code on GitHub

Current versions:

stable 00-5.0.5
head ⚡️ HEAD
bottle 🍾 catalina, mojave, high_sierra, x86_64_linux

Revision: 1

Depends on:

python@2 2.7.17 Interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language
zsh 5.7.1 UNIX shell (command interpreter)

Depends on when building from source:

autoconf 2.69 Automatic configure script builder
To use the zpython module in zsh you need to
add the following line to your .zshrc:

    module_path=($module_path $(brew --prefix)/lib/zpython)

If you want to use this with powerline, make sure you set
it early in .zshrc, before your prompt gets initialized.

After reloading your shell you can test with:
    zmodload zsh/zpython && zpython 'print "hello world"'

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