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Sat Jan 2 11:42:39 CET 2010
Donn <donn.ingle at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Saturday 02 January 2010 00:02:36 Dan Stromberg wrote:
>> I put together a page about significant whitespace (and the lack
> The only thing about Python's style that worries me is that it can't
> becoming a browser-side language one day. How I'd love to code PyQuery
> instead of JQuery!
you just need to maintain a minimal indentation and as you don't need
once the code has been gzipped for transfer to the browser.
You can already run Python client side in certain situations (e.g.
Silverlight), but if you want to write Python for the browser portably
today have a look at Pyjamas http://code.google.com/p/pyjamas/ .
Google's Chrome also supports native code (currently just for x86 machines
though they have said they intend to support ARM), so there should be some
potential there to compile a Python interpreter that runs client-side in
Google's sandbox: see http://plash.beasts.org/wiki/NativeClient for an
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