2008/6/7 Stefan Behnel firstname.lastname@example.org:
On Fri, 2008-06-06 at 13:23 +0200, Stefan Behnel wrote:
If the existing code base isn't too large yet, consider switching to Cython instead of C.
The C part is only a little more than 2000 lines of source so far (and with no plan to go much beyond that, it's about feature-complete for a first release).
This might be a good read then:
The CPython project looks very nice.
Cython. CPython is the name commonly used for the standard Python implementation.
Yes. It was just a freudian slip, I suppose.
However, there are potentially dark corners I have to work around (and so far I am not completely successful at it, as my post suggests
Then you should really consider letting Cython give you a hand with the ugly things (like garbage collection or class definition), so that you can concentrate on the more interesting stuff.
Yes, I have read the mailing reference in the beginning of your mail... and I'll stick to C given the nature of what I have to do (especially since this is now working ;-) ).