[Python-3000] how about switching to a preprocessor? (Re: A better way to initialize PyTypeObject)
brett at python.org
Wed Dec 6 00:46:26 CET 2006
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On 12/5/06, Greg Ewing <greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz> wrote:
> Mike Klaas wrote:
> > The "magic" (and I don't mean that derogatorily) I'm talking
> > about is the Python <-> c type conversion and assumption that all
> > undeclared variables are python objects.
> It would be fairly easy to have a mode that worked
> like that. Some new syntax would be needed to force
> a conversion when you wanted one, though. Unless
> you were willing to call the appropriate Python/C
> API functions explicitly whenever you wanted a
> > Ever consider opening up the project to other committers and becoming
> > the BDFL of pyrex?
> I'm starting to think more seriously about setting
> up a repository for it somewhere, now that it's
> no longer my foreground project. My main worry is
> that if too many people hack on it simultaneously
> I'll lose track of how it works -- it's hard
> enough keeping all its intricacies in my head now
> as it is. :-) So I'd probably want to review
> patches and apply them myself, at least to begin
> Does anyone have any recommendations for a site
> to host the repository? I'd really like to avoid
> SourceForge if possible, as it makes me cringe
> every time I go there -- cluttered pages, slow
> response, way too complicated UI.
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