Terry Reedy wrote:
"Brett C." firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in message news:41CC7F67.email@example.com...
At to the title, bytecodes are a property of the CPython implementation, not of Python itself. Since I think the distinction is quite important to maintain, I would insert the missing 'C' and everywhere else as appropriate.
Then the same could be said for PEP 306. But I don't mind changing the title.
After implementing over 10 new opcodes for my thesis I figured I should write down the basic steps in an info PEP so that there is enough guidelines with this PEP and PEP 306 to cover the bases on changes to the language itself.
Over the last several years, various people have reported experimenting with CPython's bytecodes. I wonder if it would be helpful to have a respository of the results, in one place, for new experimenters and curious people to peruse.
Wouldn't hurt. Adding that section would not be bad, but I don't have the inclination to hunt them down. What do others think about having this section?