[pypy-svn] rev 1111 - pypy/trunk/doc

lac at codespeak.net lac at codespeak.net
Mon Jul 7 20:02:35 CEST 2003


Author: lac
Date: Mon Jul  7 20:02:34 2003
New Revision: 1111

Modified:
   pypy/trunk/doc/oscon2003-paper.txt
Log:
Change the order of History and The Usual Suspects, as per Holger's
suggestion.



Modified: pypy/trunk/doc/oscon2003-paper.txt
==============================================================================
--- pypy/trunk/doc/oscon2003-paper.txt	(original)
+++ pypy/trunk/doc/oscon2003-paper.txt	Mon Jul  7 20:02:34 2003
@@ -3,27 +3,6 @@
 
 A report from the PyPy project
 ******************************
-
-..  line-block::
-
- Laura Creighton
- Stephan Diehl
- Dinu Gherman
- Jacob Hallén
- Michael Hudson
- Günter Jantzen
- Holger Krekel
- Anders Lehmann
- Jens-Uwe Mager
- Alex Martelli
- Tomek Meka
- Rocco Morretti
- Samuele Pedronis
- Anna Ravencroft
- Armin Rigo
- Guido Van Rossum
- Christian Tismer
-
 The PyPy_ [#]_ project aims at producing a simple runtime-system for
 the Python_ language, written in Python itself.  **C** and **Lisp**
 are elder examples of languages which are self-hosting.  More
@@ -313,21 +292,6 @@
 
 We currently have three object spaces at least partially implemented.
 
-A Word of History
-+++++++++++++++++
-
-The PyPy project was started in January of 2003 by Armin Rigo,
-Christian Tismer and Holger Krekel. The latter organized the initial
-Coding-Sprint in Hildesheim, Germany where the interpreter and the
-Trivial Object Space were implemented and people first got together.
-The second sprint in Göteborg, Sweden was organized by Jacob Hallén and
-Laura Creighton and it resulted in much of today's Standard Object Space
-implementation.  Benjamin Henrion and Godefroid Chapelle organized the
-third sprint in Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium which led to a pretty complete
-Standard ObjectSpace and interpreter and the beginnings of Abstract
-Interpretation (Annotation Object Space).  These three coding
-sprints in the course of half a year brought PyPy to existence, though
-there was some off-sprint development and discussions going on.
 
 The Trivial Object Space
 ++++++++++++++++++++++++
@@ -558,6 +522,45 @@
 Some multimethods can also be sliced along their second argument,
 e.g. for __radd__().
 
+A Word of History
++++++++++++++++++
+
+The PyPy project was started in January of 2003 by Armin Rigo,
+Christian Tismer and Holger Krekel. The latter organized the initial
+Coding-Sprint in Hildesheim, Germany where the interpreter and the
+Trivial Object Space were implemented and people first got together.
+The second sprint in Göteborg, Sweden was organized by Jacob Hallén and
+Laura Creighton and it resulted in much of today's Standard Object Space
+implementation.  Benjamin Henrion and Godefroid Chapelle organized the
+third sprint in Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium which led to a pretty complete
+Standard ObjectSpace and interpreter and the beginnings of Abstract
+Interpretation (Annotation Object Space).  These three coding
+sprints in the course of half a year brought PyPy to existence, though
+there was some off-sprint development and discussions going on.
+
+The Usual Suspects
+++++++++++++++++++
+
+..  line-block::
+
+ Laura Creighton
+ Stephan Diehl
+ Dinu Gherman
+ Jacob Hallén
+ Michael Hudson
+ Günter Jantzen
+ Holger Krekel
+ Anders Lehmann
+ Jens-Uwe Mager
+ Alex Martelli
+ Tomek Meka
+ Rocco Morretti
+ Samuele Pedronis
+ Anna Ravencroft
+ Armin Rigo
+ Guido Van Rossum
+ Christian Tismer
+
 Conclusions
 +++++++++++
 It is a little early for conclusions, but our architecture seems to be


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