[ann] Minimal Python project

Christian Tismer tismer at tismer.com
Sun Jan 12 22:18:05 CET 2003

Carl Banks wrote:
> Christian Tismer wrote:
>>Thanks, this is very encouraging.
>>Yes, the current C implementation is probably
>>near the best compromise between readability,
>>maintainability and efficiency ...
> You left out backwards compatibility.

Thank you, very true! I fogot to mention this.

>>... that can be
>>achieved with a static system.

With a dynamic system, you can have backwards
compatibility as well, together with the
flexibility to try alternatives on-the-fly
rather easily. Changing some very internal
things to try something out is still not
easy, but with welded C code, this is
almost impossible.

Thanks for pointing this good argument out!

ciao - chris

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