[pypy-dev] Summer of Code
paul.degrandis at gmail.com
Tue Mar 18 15:57:00 CET 2008
I agree that new approaches to concurrency would be cool. Possible
SoCers might start by looking at PARELY (an actor model impl for
python that runs on PyPy as is).
On 3/18/08, Jakub Gustak <jgustak at gmail.com> wrote:
> > What do you all think of these ideas? Are there other ideas around? I
> > know that Jakub posted something a while ago (haven't looked in detail
> > yet, though). In my opinion we should try to avoid "yet another
> > incomplete interpreter implentation" for this year.
> I fully agree.
> Still, what I proposed was not attempt to create another one, but keep
> existing one alive.
> It is bothering me, that scheme interpreter is incomplete, but the
> problem is, i could not
> find a use case for it (except of Thousand Parsecs internal scripting
> language - if none
> other - faster - scheme implementation available).
> So if PyPy is such a nice platform to experiment, let's do it, and
> play with different
> approaches to implement parallel paradigms, or whatsoever. There is no
> need for yet another
> scheme interpreter (even complete) if it doesn't have any
> That's my 3 cents for now.
> Jakub Gustak
> pypy-dev at codespeak.net
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