A friend of mine told me about PyPerl, but we found it’s currently unmaintained.
Suppose you have a perl module, named mylib.pl, which has a function like:
We wanted to be able to call myfunc function from python, without having to rewrite it.
So I managed to create a python module to wrap perl functions in python, using python decorators. With it, you can call perl functions this way:
This would call the perl function myfunc (defined in library mylib.pl) using a and b as parameters. Lists (and arrays as list of lists) and dictionaries can be passed as parameters (they are conveniently converted to perl).
It seems to work very well.
It’s licensed GPL, and you can download it from its GitHub repo: perlfunc.py