[pypy-dev] Question on the future of RPython
sarvi at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 3 21:06:14 CEST 2010
If I were to go with my impressions, based on you being the lead developer
of Cython, I could have claimed you have an ulterior motive on this thread.
But then I didn't because, inspite of first impressions/scepticism I believe we
are all here with a genuine interest to improve the Python environment and get
more visibiity and momentum on PyPy. Personally I cant wait to see PyPy become
the default Python. :-)
Lets start with an understanding that we are all smart people with good ideas
and lets also not get too cocky enough to think we have all the answers.
I saw some genuine synergies that I was calling out.
And I have heard some pragmatic arguments from others though no one has
necessarily claimed logical impossibility on why this may not work.
And I can understand that.
----- Original Message ----
From: Stefan Behnel <stefan_ml at behnel.de>
To: pypy-dev at codespeak.net
Sent: Fri, September 3, 2010 10:52:41 AM
Subject: Re: [pypy-dev] Question on the future of RPython
Saravanan Shanmugham, 03.09.2010 19:22:
> Lets not be a little presumptious shall we.
> This is the second time you seem to be claiming that I haven't done my
That's just the impression that I get from what you write and how you write it.
> I just don't see any logical reasons, thats all. And I haven't heard any on
> thread either.
Well, you are talking to people who know a lot more about what you are
talking about than you do. It's normal that they are not equally
enthusiastic about pie-in-the-sky ideas that someone throws at them.
> BTW, Just because I top post for "readability" doesn't mean I haven't read all
> the threads in detail.
I like the fact that you put marks of irony around the word "readability".
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