[pypy-dev] New genc implementation

Ben.Young at risk.sungard.com Ben.Young at risk.sungard.com
Wed Jun 8 15:12:18 CEST 2005


Thanks, that was what I was interested in. I was also interested in the 
new ScopedBlock that was going to be introduce to help with all the 
variable movement. Do you happen to know how that is progressing?

Keep up the good work! I noticed that targetrpython2.py is 20 time faster 
than python now. Only 100 times more to go!

Cheers,
Ben

Armin Rigo <arigo at tunes.org> wrote on 08/06/2005 13:53:46:

> Hi Ben,
> 
> On Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 09:53:13AM +0100, Ben.Young at risk.sungard.com 
wrote:
> > I was interested in playing with the new c translator, and was 
wondering 
> > if there was a way of using it yet through the general Translator 
class, 
> > or whether it has not been plugged in at this point? Is it possible to 
use 
> > it in translate_pypy, even if it doesn't compile? 
> 
> It is not plugged in yet, indeed.  There is one last missing bit before
> it can start replacing the old genc: generating function calls in the
> absence of low-level types.  It can only generate them if the RTyper has
> done its job.  The RTyper is very incomplete and crashes on most real
> examples at the moment, so it's a problem.
> 
> I guess I should just take a few hours and finish this -- in other words
> make the new generator able to translate large un-annotated examples --
> plug it into the translator, and good-bye old genc.
> 
> 
> A bientot,
> 
> Armin.
> 




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