Python Source Code Documentation
tjreedy at udel.edu
Thu Sep 5 18:12:21 EDT 2002
"Sean Ross" <sross at connectmail.carleton.ca> wrote in message
news:al8k02$186$1 at driftwood.ccs.carleton.ca...
> Terry: Yes, I did mean the Python interpreter. And I will give your
> suggestion a try.
> Martin: I will check out both of those documents.
> Thank you both for your suggestions.
When I looked a few years ago, I mentally divided the source files
into four groups:
compilation phase (a few files)
interpretation phase (1 file, the main loop -- ceval.c?)
builtin datatypes (one for each -- int, long, tuple, etc -- each
with similar structure)
Hope this helps a bit to get started
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