"as" keyword woes
wuwei23 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 13:22:32 CET 2008
On Dec 4, 7:28 pm, "Warren DeLano" <war... at delsci.com> wrote:
> But who's leaving who exactly? Surely a language as beautiful as Python
> will easily transcend the limitations of its flagship implementation (if
> or to the extent that such an implementation cannot keep pace with the
> times). That's all well and good -- it may even end up being the next
> great leap forward for the language. I believe Guido has even said as
> much himself.
Warren, thank you for a far more reasonable response than my post
warranted. There seems a trend on this group for frustration to turn
into ultimatums, which is what really triggered my outburst. Well,
that and a crappy day at work.
As for your above comment, I totally agree. It's probably the main
outcome I'd like to see arise from the PyPy project: faster and easier
experimentation with implementations. Nothing like some additional
evolutionary pressure to make Python more fit.
Good luck with resolving your current issue.
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