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I read the website of some information about PyPy, and how a translator
translates the RPython code to C/CLI/Java/etc to be compiled to a native
executable or something like that. Would it be possible, in PyPy, to
write such an extension that could easily be compiled to native code
from Python code? Is this functionality planned in a future release of
it? Also, how is the source distributed (If I opt to use it I will end
up compiling it on a system without an initial python install (a scratch
linux system)), so does the source include the generated C code?

B. Vanderburg II
Jul 1 '08 #1
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On 1 Jul, 04:09, Allen <brian_vanderbu...@yahoo.comwrote:
I read the website of some information about PyPy, and how a translator
translates the RPython code to C/CLI/Java/etc to be compiled to a native
executable or something like that. *Would it be possible, in PyPy, to
write such an extension that could easily be compiled to native code
from Python code? *Is this functionality planned in a future release of
it? *Also, how is the source distributed (If I opt to use it I will end
up compiling it on a system without an initial python install (a scratch
linux system)), so does the source include the generated C code?

B. Vanderburg II
Were you thinking of something like this?
http://www.enthought.com/~ischnell/compdec.html

-Dave
Jul 1 '08 #2

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