[Baypiggies] Frequently Argued Objections
asheesh at asheesh.org
Wed Jun 25 07:23:36 CEST 2008
On Tue, 24 Jun 2008, Alex Martelli wrote:
> Would there be interest in a Baypiggies talk on "SERIOUSLY Advanced
> Python"? E.g. some subset of (say...):
+1, but preference for September - I'll be out most of August at Debconf!
> - object creation: class statement, class body, meta-classes, __new__,
> and __init__
> - attribute lookup mechanics and descriptor objects
+1, I feel there's material here I don't know.
> - introspection on objects, garbage collection, stack frames, tracebacks
+0, I have played with this some already.
> - Python bytecode inspection and alteration
SERIOUSLY PLUS ONE
Bytecode alteration sounds like a really fun time. Nothing shows you know
something than changing it and having it still work.
I have long wanted to know more about these mysterious bytecodes my Emacs
buffers inevitably become.
Pascal is not a high-level language.
-- Steven Feiner
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