int.from_bytes()recently [I've just updated 11l.tar.xz] for this code to work:
file_bytes = open(bmp_file_name, 'rb').read() image_width = int.from_bytes(file_bytes[18:22], 'little')
|Time (in milliseconds)||Factor (relative to CPython)|
|Python → 11l → C++||32||7.4x|
locate()was changed to always return empty string. (Anyway this function is very inefficient and should be rewritten.)]
As I said above, the current development process is task-driven. (And I hope it remains so in the foreseeable future.) The reason of this is to keep language [11l] and transpilers [Python → 11l and 11l → C++] as small as possible.if it were possible to support the struct module
struct.unpack_from()(for exs2sfz.py) and
struct.unpack()(to support code from here) with types `i`, `I`, `h`, `H`, `b`, `B` and little/big-endian byte order support.