Boo who? (was Re: newbie question)
Luis M. Gonzalez
luismgz at gmail.com
Tue Dec 21 00:24:40 CET 2004
Terry Reedy wrote:
> [gratuitously] I agree with this...
well, my english is bad. I know!
> but I think this is silly. PyPy is an alternate implementation of
> not a different language. Stackless is a compiled extension, like
> others, that works with the standard implementation or maybe still a
> modification thereof.
you're right, but what when I say "python related", I mean that it has
something or a lot in common with python, and as such, it could be of
interest to any python fan.
Why being extremists? Python is a programming language, a tool. It is
not a religion, is it? Programmers use different tools, and this could
be a very interesting one for someone who already knows python.
> > Prothon, etc...
> This I again agree with. I understand that Prothon is also a
> though Python inspired language. Also that it is still under
> I have no idea of which has diverged more or whether they have mostly
> in the same or different directions (a possibly interesting topic for
> post). But neither are as 'Python related' as Python itself.
> Terry J. Reedy
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