4 examples of 'compile python' in Python

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22def compile(source_path, compiler_id, exec_path): #print("[log] compile:")
23 #print(COMPILER_LIST[compiler_id])
24 #print(source_path)
25 #print(COMPILER_OPTION_LIST[compiler_id])
26 proc = subprocess.Popen([COMPILER_LIST[compiler_id],
27 source_path,
28 *COMPILER_OPTION_LIST[compiler_id]],
29 cwd = exec_path,
30 stdout = subprocess.PIPE,
31 stderr = subprocess.PIPE)
32 try:
33 outs, err = proc.communicate(timeout = COMPILE_TIME_LIMIT)
34 returncode = proc.returncode
35 except:
36 proc.kill()
37 out, err = proc.communicate()
38 returncode = proc.returncode
39 return (returncode, exec_path + "/a.out", err.decode('utf-8'))
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51def _exec_code(self, code):
52 if code:
53 code = compile(code, str(self.filename), 'exec', dont_inherit=True)
54 exec(code, vars(self.namespace))
113def compile(self, display=0):
114 tree = self._get_tree()
115 gen = ModuleCodeGenerator(tree)
116 if display:
117 import pprint
118 print(pprint.pprint(tree))
119 self.code = gen.getCode()
56def get_code(module):
57 """
58 Compile and return a Module's code object.
59 """
60 fp = open(module.path, 'rb')
61 try:
62 return compile(fp.read(), str(module.name), 'exec')
63 finally:
64 fp.close()

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