Python3 To C++ Compiler (Prototype)
I spent a few hours working on a basic compiler that converts python3 code (one of the easier languages to learn) to c++ (one of the harder languages to learn). This would let you write code in python3 but still have the speed of c++. This prototype is far from good and needs hours of work. I was wondering if i could get help (as in a group of people to help me develop it) making it sence python3 is very different from c++ and will need tons of work to get properly and consistently converting. I want this to be very easy to use so all you have to do is run the program with the file's title and have it convert it to runable c++ code with no editing of the converted file required. I also want to have the converted c++ code maintain formating so anyone wanting to switch for python3 to c++ (on a project) can easily convert the code and use the converted code. There's also many features i want that i have know idea on how to add such as converting the code under imports that are used to c++. You will need to know python3 sorta well and some c++. If anyone wants to help me develop this then comment bellow and I'll set up a multiplayer replit for it. I'm looking for 3-6 people to help out and more would always be appreciated.
When you run the program, it prints the output (the c++ code which is runable). The code that is being converted can be found under the "python3_to_c.Cpy" file. The converter its self can be found under the "python3_to_c.py" file. The outputed c++ file can be found under the "python3_to_c.cpp" file. You can change the code under the "python3_to_c.Cpy" file and when run the output will be different. Note that it is very basic and dosent support many python3 syntaxes.
I know a lot of python, but no c++. Im planning on learning it but i may take a while since i have very little time. Im also unsure as to whether python3 is the python i know.