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I built two Markov chain libraries to showcase the differences between packaging in Python vs. Swift (Spoiler: While Python is great we all know the packaging experience isn't the best...)
But, frustratingly, I originally had a blank __init__.py here, and the tests were working on the build server... but when you installed the package with pip install -U marc from PyPI, it wouldn't be able to import until I added in the from .marc import MarkovChain
Pytest is definitely more "Pythonic"... but unittest isn't actually that hard... Compare this with this.
Markov chains implemented and packaged in Swift vs. Python
1 project | reddit.com/r/swift | 25 May 2022
Show HN: marc – Markov chain generator for Python and/or Swift
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 24 May 2022
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