[pypy-dev] Proposal

Stephan Diehl stephan.diehl at gmx.net
Mon Jan 20 14:20:43 CET 2003

On Monday 20 January 2003 14:13, you wrote:
> Stephan Diehl wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I'm a little bit confused at the moment about what you really try to
> > achive and I'm not too sure if everybody is talking about the same thing.
> > Anyway, since two of the founders of this pypy discussion are meeting in
> > person this Friday I'd propose that I grill them a little bit and write
> > up some paper about it (and post it here, of course).
> We are rewriting Python in Python.
> Stepwise. First, getting a minimal
> system up and running, replacing the
> core modules by hand.
> Finally, we want to lift all of the C code
> to Python, in order to do certain things
> with that, like trying different ways to
> copile it back into C, another VM, Psyco,
> trying different versions of the object
> model, all of that.
> And yes, there should be a way to downsize
> Python, reasonably, then.

Ahh, but don't think I won't you asked anything about this :-)

> Grilled Python in Perlchicken sauce :-)

Sounds tasty. Is it available at Butter Lindner?

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