[Python-Dev] Parrot -- should life imitate satire?

Dan Sugalski dan@sidhe.org
Wed, 08 Aug 2001 12:29:51 -0400

At 06:06 PM 8/7/2001 -0400, Fred L. Drake, Jr. wrote:

>Dan Sugalski writes:
>  > FWIW I've thrown the first partial draft of the Parrot assembly language
>  > spec out to the wolves. URL and details available to the interested.
>   I would be surprised if there were many people on python-dev who
>aren't interested.  I don't know how many aren't in the throws of
>wrestling with "The Real World" though.

Okay, the docs in progress live in:


in this case we're looking specifically at the perl_assembly.html file. 
(The original is the .txt file, which is really in POD format, not plain 
text, but close enough) Some of the other docs that are in there might be 
of some interest.

If you can't get in, drop me a note--my ISP has threatened inbound port 80 
blocking courtesy of the CodeRed nonsense.


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