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DimitrisJim
DimitrisJim commented Oct 14, 2021

Currently, sets are not handled in comparisons with dict views:

In Python:

>>> d = {1: 2}
>>> d.keys() == set([1])
True

while in RustPython:

>>>>> d = {1: 2}
>>>>> d.keys() == set([1])
False

In CPython, the corresponding implementation (dictview_richcompare) calls another function that iterates through the view and continuously calls `__contains

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jcubic
jcubic commented Oct 1, 2021

I have an idea for a new feature for jQuery Terminal

It was used to update the version in package.json file but now it the Makefile update package.in when package.json changes and it recursive it keeps updating.

The package.in have {{VER}} that is updated with current version but to update the package.in the code use regex so it can just update the file iteself.

The file is modifi

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ThakeeNathees
ThakeeNathees commented Jun 30, 2021

Currently, our math module isn't completely filled with necessary math functions, where you can contribute us by adding more math functions. This issue has reference on how to add log function to the math module.

How to implement

PR #154 has example on how to add log10 to the math module, which you can use as a reference to add log (base 2) function.

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