fijal at genesilico.pl
Sun Feb 18 00:49:01 CET 2007
John Smith wrote:
> > I'm fairly new to pypy and was only doing some experimenting
> with the
> > project is pretty amazing!
> > After translating a couple of functions I tried translating a
> > but was unsuccessful so far but since the docs mention supporting
> > inheritance I guess this should be possible. Is it?
> > For instance if I have in RPython the following:
> > class test:
> > def __init__( self, value ):
> > self.value = value
> > def meth1( self ):
> > return self.value
> > def meth2( self ):
> > do_something_which_is_translatable( )
> > say jscompile should be invoked by 'jscompile module
> expects a
> > list of functions.
> > Any insight or comment would be very helpful.
> function, you need a function where you'll begin. Like:
> # class test as above
> def f():
> test_instance = test(3)
> and translate function f. Your class will magically appear in
> Thanks very much for the reply, I can certainly do things this way
> however being able to call methods directly sounds like a reasonable
> thing to me (both in python and in JS). Are there plans for adding
> this kind of functionality or there are reasons why you think this is
> not necessary?
Yes there are plans for such support, while there was no time to
implement it yet :-( The list of ideas lay down here:
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