[pypy-dev] Re: Next step: gen???.py
tismer at stackless.com
Thu Mar 31 19:01:49 CEST 2005
Michael Hudson wrote:
> Armin Rigo <arigo at tunes.org> writes:
>>The question is which line of work to focus on right now. All of
>>these back-ends are interesting and worthwhile in the long run but
>>we need to select a first one. There are basically 4 reasonable
>>* Enhance genc.py.
>>* Enhance genc.py using the C++ facility of function overloading for
>>* Go for genllvm.py.
>>* genjava.py could be another option.
> A question that springs to mind is: How much work do these various
> options share? (It seems like your typer.py is exactly this kind of
> Also, I think that the benefits of function overloading are pretty
> minor for the cost of demanding a c++ compiler (although you could
> probably use cfront and tcc for that :).
125 % seconded.
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