[pypy-svn] r32810 - pypy/extradoc/sprintinfo/paris

auc at codespeak.net auc at codespeak.net
Mon Oct 2 12:05:50 CEST 2006


Author: auc
Date: Mon Oct  2 12:05:48 2006
New Revision: 32810

Modified:
   pypy/extradoc/sprintinfo/paris/paris-minisprint09-2006.txt
Log:
typos, format, more info

Modified: pypy/extradoc/sprintinfo/paris/paris-minisprint09-2006.txt
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--- pypy/extradoc/sprintinfo/paris/paris-minisprint09-2006.txt	(original)
+++ pypy/extradoc/sprintinfo/paris/paris-minisprint09-2006.txt	Mon Oct  2 12:05:48 2006
@@ -1,18 +1,31 @@
 Sprint report Paris mini sprint September 25th to 29th
 ========================================================
 
+Participants: Aurélien Campéas and Anders Lehmann.
 
-Participants: Aurelian Campeas and Anders Lehmann
-
-The main goal of the sprint was to enable translation of the Logic objspace with constraint variables, constraint propagation and distribution, using clonable computationspaces the Oz style.
-
-After several attempts, in the well known style of translate add "assert isinstance(..." translate again ...., we reached at a point were we tripped a bug in the inlining code.
-
-After that bug was fixed we believe that the goal was reached and the Logic objectspace now translates!
-
-We were not able to actually test if it works though, during the sprint.
-
-As a job to do while we were waiting for the translation to fail, a small test object space were made to experiment with clonable threads. This is not committed as the Logic objecspace contains the functionality.
-
-We also took a stab at "recomputation" (an optimisation technique from Oz). The code was not quite finished at the end of the sprint and is thus uncommitted.
+The main goal of the sprint was to enable translation of the Logic
+objspace with constraint variables, constraint propagation and
+distribution, using clonable computationspaces the Oz style.
+
+After several attempts, in the well known style of translate, add
+"assert isinstance(...", translate again ...., we reached a point
+were we tripped a bug in the inlining code.
+
+After that bug was fixed we believe that the goal was reached and the
+Logic objectspace now translates!
+
+We were not able to actually test if it works though, during the
+sprint.
+
+As a job to do while we were waiting for the translation to fail, a
+small test object space were made to experiment with clonable
+application level threads. This is not committed as the Logic
+objecspace contains the functionality.
+
+We also took a stab at "recomputation" (an optimisation technique from
+Oz). Lastly, we did some changes to the constraint solver so that it
+can run in interpreted mode (this remains completely impossible with
+logic programs), i.e without the low-level coroutine cloning
+facility. The code was not quite finished at the end of the sprint and
+is still uncommitted.
 



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