Armin Rigo <arigo@...> writes:
> Hello everybody,
> A short note to tell you that I did not abandon Psyco, as low traffic in
> this list might suggest. Indeed, I am busy coding, debugging, debugging,
> debugging and debugging some cool new features of Psyco. And you get a
> complete user manual!
> You can preview the slightly reworked web site at
As a bonus, that doesn't timeout every other request like sf does at
> or get to the user manual directly from
> I should also direct you to a project that I will get involved with, as it
> is more-or-less directly connected with Psyco: the "minimal Python"
> Finally, an update about myself. I successfully finished by Ph.D. in
> September, and have been taking some holidays and rest. My next job will
> be at the Southampton (U.K.) University, on a research project on
> specialization --- i.e. further developing Psyco-like techniques :-) A
> very short description of the project can be found at:
Hey, cool. You won't be very far from me, up in Bristol. We should
meet up sometime.
> Finally, I cannot help mentionning that you might discover my most recent
> "holiday project" if you carefully look at:
Semi-luckily, I think my pygame install has died :)
> PS: The source code on the SourceForge CVS has not been updated for a long
> time because I switched to a private server when I started some important
> rewrites involving moving files around; I am synchronizing the SourceForge
> CVS right now.
All together now: "get on with it!" (obscure monty python reference).
Our lecture theatre has just crashed. It will currently only
silently display an unexplained line-drawing of a large dog
accompanied by spookily flickering lights.
-- Dan Sheppard, ucam.chat (from Owen Dunn's summary of the year)