[pypy-dev] Question from an old friend of mine ....
lac at strakt.com
Thu Nov 6 02:40:54 CET 2003
My friend Geoff Collyer just read the PyPy proposal.
He said this:
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Subject: Re: PyPy
From: Geoff Collyer <geoff at collyer.net>
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2003 17:26:22 -0800
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It appears that compiler theory has advanced quite a bit while I
wasn't looking. How much of what you propose has already been
implemented at least once? How much of the rest (unimplemented) is
covered by existing compiler theory?
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I don't know the precise answer, so I post it here ....
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