[pypy-dev] PyPy on FPGA?
tismer at tismer.com
Thu Oct 16 14:40:16 CEST 2003
Amund Tveit wrote:
> btw, regarding the PyPy project. Are there anyone of you working on a
> FPGA-port of the PyPy core? It would certainly be interesting to port the
> core to a VHDLish language and make it run on low-power FPGA-chips, in
> particular for potential mobile device adaption of Python. That comment
> could potentially be something to put in your EU funding proposal? :-)
We were of course considering PyPy for embedded systems,
different hardware platforms, and we certainly will
implement PyPy for different environments.
See section B.6.7.11 of the proposal:
"Embed in Specialized Hardware", page 69 of
I don't know if this will involve FPGA in the first
place. But this is anyway just the beginning.
By the end of this 2 year project, PyPy is either dead,
or everybody will rush at us and have us port
the software to whatsoever.
cheers - chris
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