[pypy-dev] Re: getting rid of compile.c?

Christian Tismer tismer at tismer.com
Thu Jan 16 00:49:30 CET 2003

holger krekel wrote:
> [Michael Hudson Wed, Jan 15, 2003 at 05:26:16PM +0000]
>>holger krekel <hpk at trillke.net> writes:
>>>does that make sense?
>>Probably :) I should shut up and let you get on with actually doing
> your input is highly appreciated as long as you don't start
> to suggest project names :-)

But I found the name game very funny. Enough for
now, of course.

> At least for my part, i am very thankful for knowledgable people
> like you sharing some thoughts on e.g. bootstrapping scenarios. 

I found all the discussion very interesting, too,
and it kept me thinking of the project all day, although
I should wait until the sprint and do my daily work.
There was also an awful lot of private emails to answer.

Btw. Guido asked about a sprint at Europython, which I found
a very good idea. The project is large enough for more than
one sprint. (As somebody mentioned, it will be more like
a marathon :-)

One thing from a message from Rocco Moretti is worth bringing
up again:

P.S. I would advise for some brave soul (more reliable than me) to start 
summaries of pypy-dev, like has been done recently for python-dev. It 
would be nice to have a record of all the major design considerations in 
a location which doesn't require several hours of sorting through fluff.

Should we try to find somebody who takes this wonderful
task of summarizing, or should we collect info in a Wiki

all the best - chris

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