Samuele Pedroni wrote:
> jythonc is too onerous to maintain, it's a full 2nd compiler
Speaking as a user, it did strike me that jythonc an jython are effectively=
projects, with different audiences. If hiving off jythonc from jython (at =
the risk of
seeing it die) can make the burden of maintaining jython more manageable =
ensure its viability, that should probably be considered.
> OTOH if someone is interested in doing pure bug-fixes releases of =
> we can discuss that.
But wouldn't that require some sort of developer's guide to the jython =
In their present form, they are rather forbidding. You asked about that a =
back. Are you considering writing such a document?