[Openmcl-devel] Embedding CPython in CCL
ron at flownet.com
Sun Aug 2 22:39:19 UTC 2009
I know about CL-Python but the problem with that is that it doesn't
track new versions of Python, and it can't load Python modules that
are implemented in C. It seems like it would not be too hard to embed
the C-Python interpreter in CCL. Not trivial to be sure, but no
harder than, say, the Objective-C bridge. That would allow CCL to
completely subsume Python in terms of functionality and library
coverage, which would kick ass.
So I have the usual questions: has someone already done this? If not,
is anyone interested in working on it, either collaboratively or for
money? If the latter, please send me a quote.
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