No, and you shouldn't try. First and foremost, RPython is a language
designed for writing interpreters. It is a restricted subset of
-Python. If you program is not an interpreter but tries to do "real
+Python. If you program is not an interpreter but tries to do "real
things", like use *any* part of the standard Python library or *any*
3rd-party library, then it is not RPython to start with. You should
only look at RPython if you try to `write your own interpreter`__.