[Python-Dev] run time error anlysis of python source code

Terry Reedy tjreedy at udel.edu
Sun Jun 21 23:50:37 CEST 2009

omega_force2003 at yahoo.com wrote:

> It appears that one possibility of investigation into the development of 
> a safety-critical variant of the python language would be to conduct run 
> time error analysis of the source code that is responsible for producing 
> the python language.  Therefore, I will now conduct these run time error 
> analysis of the python source code as if the python environment itself 
> was to be utilized as a FADEC controller within an aircraft engine.  I 
> have already conducted some analysis already and it appears to be some 
> concern with memory management within Python.  I will redouble my 
> efforts and determine if I am correct and as a promise.  I will give my 
> findings to everyone to enjoy if they so want it.  I will also give the 
> correct source if anyone would want it for their own purposes.  The 
> source code that I will be evaluating is the one responsible for the 
> newer variants of Python 3.0.

I hope you mean 3.1 ;-)
3.0 was basically a trial version of Py3.

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