[pypy-dev] MinimalPython newbie questions
spierre at type-z.org
Tue Jan 21 11:33:12 CET 2003
I recently found MinimalPython and immediately subscribed to the list
after seeing that it was trying to make a better, smaller CPython with
ideas from Psycho and most notably Stackless.
I found many interesting ideas in Stackless, most notably the notion of
microthread, which seems particularly adapted to the implementation of
"multi agent systems". Looking at the <www.tunes.org> site, which is
maintained by Armin, I found also many ideas that would ease the life
of people who want to write "agent-based applications".
My question is: will MinimalPython try to incorporate the microthreads
from stackless and will try to incorporate ideas from tunes project
(like migration) ? If so MinimalPython would really be an ideal
language for developing agent-based applications.
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