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  1. pydantic Public

    Data parsing and validation using Python type hints

    Python 10.7k 1k

  2. arq Public

    Fast job queuing and RPC in python with asyncio and redis.

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  3. watchfiles Public

    Simple, modern and high performance file watching and code reload in python.

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  4. Dev tools for python

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  5. Doing dirty (but extremely useful) things with equals.

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  6. Core validation logic for pydantic written in rust

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Contribution activity

August 2022

Created a pull request in samuelcolvin/pydantic-core that received 6 comments

Cache PyString

fix #111 I wonder if this is really worth it? It seems to save ~5% on JSON decoding.

+81 −10 6 comments
Opened 14 other pull requests in 4 repositories

Created an issue in intellij-rust/intellij-rust that received 2 comments

Stop auto-importing panic, I don't want core::panicking::panic

Environment IntelliJ Rust plugin version: Rust toolchain version: rustc 1.64.0-nightly (d68e7ebc3 2022-07-20) IDE name and version:

Opened 8 other issues in 5 repositories
samuelcolvin/pydantic-core 3 open 1 closed
amirkdv/pydantic-pr-checks 1 open
samuelcolvin/pydantic-sandbox 1 open
samuelcolvin/pydantic 1 open
PyO3/pyo3 1 closed
Answered 1 discussion in 1 repository
1 contribution in private repositories Aug 3

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