Python implementations (was: Benefits of moving from Python to Common Lisp?)

Cameron Laird claird at
Wed Nov 14 00:13:48 CET 2001

In article <9sp2in$o4e$1 at>,
Andrew Dalke <dalke at> wrote:
>Tim Bradshaw:
>> Languages such as Perl and (I think) Python are *single instance*
>> classes - there is only one implementation, and the language
>> is defined implicitly by that implementation.
>As a minor clarification, there are several distinct implementations
>of Python (or a Python-like language).  The ones I know of are:
attempts to index them.

Cameron Laird <Cameron at>

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