From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-17 14:01:39
Tomas Puverle <Tomas.Puverle_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> It's the levels build on top of jam language that are scary. For example,
>> classes mechanism is a complete hack. And non-ref-counted strings eat memory.
>> So, it's mostly needed to port higher-level parts into Python. Replacing
>> half-baked class in Jam language with real class in Python can only improve
> Thanks, that's interesting.
> Is the plan to embed python or to call C++ from it?
Embed, but that's really just a matter of convenience. They're nearly
equivalent approaches for most intents and purposes.
> It is my understanding that the former is not a favoured alternative
> by the python community?
Is that a question?
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