From: Christopher Clarke <chrisdev@gm...> - 2006-05-04 19:52:29
We tried them in the 1.3 version
did not see the point vs pure python
If anything, a bit confusing when we were getting started!!!
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> 1. informal poll: flow control tags in "core" (Jonathan Ellis)
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> Subject: [Spyce-users] informal poll: flow control tags in "core"
> Does anyone actually use the spy:for, spy:if, etc. tags?
> Would you still use them if you knew there was a significant performance
> penalty vs just using the plain Python equivalents?
> Frankly I'm leaning towards taking these out (or moving them to a tag
> collection in contrib/) for 2.1 -- they are cumbersome to use vs plain
> Python and slower. But if there is a large number of people who wrote
> code using them I would think twice about it. :)
> C++ is history repeated as tragedy. Java is history repeated as farce. -=
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From: Jonathan Ellis <jonathan@ca...> - 2006-05-04 19:55:54
On Thu, 4 May 2006 12:09:35 -0400, "Christopher Clarke"
> We tried them in the 1.3 version
> did not see the point vs pure python
> If anything, a bit confusing when we were getting started!!!
Yeah, that's pretty much why I'd like to deprecate them.
C++ is history repeated as tragedy. Java is history repeated as farce. --Scott McKay
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