On Tue, Feb 12, 2002 at 09:51:41PM +0100, Armin Rigo wrote:
> This would not be too complex. An example of things that would either need a
> bit work or be just unsupported on 2.1 is the built-ins (int, str, type,...)
> which are now type objects instead of functions. Python 2.2 also has some
> more regular internal functions, that can be supported with only one Psyco
> meta-function, whereas Python 2.1 would require various supporting code for
> the various cases; this is the case e.g. for object attribute reading and
OK, so what you're basically saying is that psyco will work with
Python 2.1, without any problems?
> So if there is enough interest, Psyco can be modified to be compilable with
> Python 2.1. Basic support is easy, re-implementing some 2.1-specific
> meta-functions takes a bit more time but is basically straightforward.
I'm very interested, and I'm positive other Python/Zope developers
would be interested in a psyco that is comptabile with Python 2.1 / Zope 2
Is psyco well tested by the way (i.e. can it be used on a 'production'