Project naming suggestions?

bruno.desthuilliers at gmail.com bruno.desthuilliers at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 22:46:34 CET 2008


On 4 fév, 18:26, Kay Schluehr <kay.schlu... at gmx.net> wrote:
> On Feb 3, 7:17 pm, miller.pau... at gmail.com wrote:
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> > I'm considering writing a little interpreter for a python-like
> > language and I'm looking for name suggestions. :-)
>
> > Basically, I don't want to change a whole lot about Python.  In fact,
> > I see myself starting with the compiler module from Python 2.5 and
> > building from there.
>
> > This language would be more or less "Python modulo a few
> > (incompatible) changes, but it'd be recognizable by Python
> > programmers.  I'm talking about stuff like "allowing the character '?'
> > in identifier names," and "a better way to express 'for dummy in
> > xrange (n):' when the index isn't needed."  I'd also like to
> > implement  most of the planned Python 3000 changes.
>
> > Any suggestions?  I'm thinking "Ophidian," for the snake connection,
> > or, possibly, "Circus," from "Monty Python's Flying Circus."
>
> > Thanks :-)
>
> What about "Argh!". Sounds like Paul Grahams Arc but is more Monty
> Pythonesque than "Circus".

Lol !

And +1, BTW



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