From: Johan Hahn <johahn2003@ho...> - 2004-12-28 22:35:50
> Any thought or feedback about using pyrex and Jython in combination.
> Any feedback welcomed=20
Pardon my ignorance for not being all too familiar with pyrex and not =
what it is that you want to achieve. What is the point in writing C =
for Jython? Care to explain?
From: Ilia Iourovitski <iiourov@ya...> - 2004-12-29 00:15:22
Well, Jython has already Python to Java translator.
What is not here is the ability to specify types of
variables, mainly int and double.
Taking in consideration that any method can be called
through reflection Pyrex approach is not that
interesting in Jython land.
The more interest is using byte code injection in
order to remove as much reflection as possible. If any
AOP framework can do it why Jython doesn't?
--- Johan Hahn <johahn2003@...> wrote:
> > Any thought or feedback about using pyrex and
> Jython in combination.
> > Any feedback welcomed
> Pardon my ignorance for not being all too familiar
> with pyrex and not seeing
> what it is that you want to achieve. What is the
> point in writing C extensions
> for Jython? Care to explain?
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