[Chicago] Cobra

Rob Kapteyn robkapteyn at gmail.com
Tue Dec 24 23:26:37 CET 2013

Interesting, but . . .

The static type hints remind me of PyPy's RPython.
That then makes me wonder how the performance of Cobra would compare to 
PyPy ?

IMHO, in the world of "improved" pythonesque languages, PyPy is way 
ahead of everything else.

I wonder if this is actually a fork of PyPy with the contract syntax added?
If not, it should have been -- that would easily solve the .NET/Mono 


On 12/24/2013 03:43 AM, Tal Liron wrote:
> An interesting language with a Pythonesque syntax, Eiffel/D-like 
> contracts, static typing, runs on .NET/Mono:
> http://cobra-language.com/
> Has anybody here played with it? I like everything about it except the 
> .NET platform.
> -Tal
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