Is this a true statement?
aahz at panix.com
Mon Jun 25 02:53:45 CEST 2001
In article <9h61aa$bg7h5$1 at ID-11957.news.dfncis.de>,
Emile van Sebille <emile at fenx.com> wrote:
>"Grant Edwards" <grante at visi.com> wrote in message
>news:slrn9jd1ki.mo.grante at tuxtop.visi.com...
>> One could use a "deeply embedded" Python bytecode interpreter
>> running inside the kernel to allow the user to write a driver
>> in Python. It would take a fair amount of work, but I don't
>> think it would be particularly difficult -- at least under
>> Linux. People have already a lot of the requied work in order
>> to run a Python interpreter on embedded systems.
>> Sounds like a good MS project to me...
>I hadn't considered the possibility of a "deeply embedded" python solution,
>but it certainly has possibilities.
>Anyone got a virally infected copy of windows os source code to play around
I think Grant meant "MS" as in "masters degree".
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