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I am not sure whether this group is the best place to post my thought.
I will ask neverthless:

Is it possible to hack through the code written by Guido van Rossum
that makes the python interpreter. If yes please let me know how to
begin. If its not then pardon me.

Oct 21 '06 #1
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At Saturday 21/10/2006 05:09, ArdPy wrote:
>I am not sure whether this group is the best place to post my thought.
I will ask neverthless:
I doubt any other group would be better...
>Is it possible to hack through the code written by Guido van Rossum
that makes the python interpreter. If yes please let me know how to
begin. If its not then pardon me.
Python is free software - you can read, study, and modify it to your
own taste (as far as you respect the license).
Start at http://www.python.org
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Gabriel Genellina
Softlab SRL

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Oct 21 '06 #2

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ArdPy enlightened us with:
Is it possible to hack through the code written by Guido van Rossum
that makes the python interpreter.
Yes it is.
If yes please let me know how to begin. If its not then pardon me.
Download the source, start hacking.

Sybren
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Oct 21 '06 #3

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"ArdPy" <ar****@gmail.comwrites:
Is it possible to hack through the code written by Guido van Rossum
that makes the python interpreter.
Hack through it to where? I don't understand the request.

Why, specifically, only the code written by GvR?

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Oct 21 '06 #4

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Ben Finney wrote:
I don't understand the request.
one wonders if someone who's not even capable of finding the code
is capable of "hacking" it, in any sense of that word.

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Oct 21 '06 #5

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