On Sun, Sep 8, 2019 at 10:47 PM Mark @pysoniq <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello to the list,
> I have an idea for Python that is non-traditional in that it doesn’t extend or modify existing Python language structure.
> The idea uses Python to translate Python, entirely under program control, directly to optimized assembly language .dll or .so files, called “extensions.”
> Extensions are called from Python using Python’s ctypes interface. The ctypes wrapper for each extension is created automatically.
> The goal of this idea is for Python to perform as fast or faster than C or C++, without leaving Python.
Can you clarify here please: What exactly is the idea you're
proposing? That CPython make use of your project for its own
acceleration? That something be done in the language and/or
interpreter to make your project more effective?
If your project does already exist, there doesn't seem to be a
proposal here - or else I'm just misreading this.
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