[Python-ideas] Python 3000 TIOBE -3%
timothy.c.delaney at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 21:42:54 CET 2012
On 10 February 2012 06:06, Guido van Rossum <guido at python.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 10:58 AM, Andrew McNabb <amcnabb at mcnabbs.org>wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 09, 2012 at 10:44:42AM -0800, Guido van Rossum wrote:
>> > I am guessing in part that's a function of resistance to change, and in
>> > part it means PyPy hasn't gotten enough mindshare yet. (Raise your hand
>> > you have PyPy installed on one of your systems. Raise your hand if you
>> > it. Raise your hand if you are a PyPy contributor. :-)
>> I don't know if you actually want replies, but I'll bite. I have pypy
>> installed (from the standard Fedora pypy package), and for a particular
>> project it provided a 20x speedup. I'm not a PyPy contributor, but I'm
>> a believer.
>> I would use PyPy everywhere if it worked with Python 3 and scipy. My
>> apologies if this was just a rhetorical question. :)
> Thanks for replying, it was not a rhetorical question. It's something I'm
> considering asking during my keynote at PyCon next month.
In that case ...
- I have various versions of PyPy installed (regularly pull the latest
working Windows build);
- I use it occasionally, but most of my Python work ATM is Google App
Engine-based, and the GAE SDK doesn't work with PyPy;
- I'm not a PyPy contributor, but am also a believer - I definitely think
that PyPy is the future and should be the base for Python4K.
- I won't be at PyCon.
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