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Re: [DotGNU]Register based bytecode stuff...

From: Charlie Carnow
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Register based bytecode stuff...
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 22:10:13 -0700 (PDT)

I think we should go for a Parrot based system, when Parrot is ready.
Parrot's bytecode specification is still evolving and they do not
as of yet have any bytecode class format, right now all they have
is support for perl and python scalars, arrays, and hashes. Note
Parrot is at version 0.5 right now.

Maybe we should wait till version 1.0....

On Tue, 30 Apr 2002, Gopal V wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>       Does anyone know what is the status of register based VMs for
> DotGNU -- ie Parrot (from earlier discuss). Are we going in for a
> python integration and/or a parrot based system ?.
> Just was asked by someone about good support for dynamic languages
> (other than doing a Reflection based CLR stuff ). I would really
> love to see a set of python DotGNU libs/standards to "integrate"
> our C stuff into the networking scenario -- especially GNUe libs.
> Speakign about GNUe , what about gnu-rpc in C# , which should be
> our basis for dotgnu remoting ?.
> Gopal
> BTW: I just realized that the NetworkStream class was already
>      there in pnetlib -- my memory chips are frying !. Sorry
> --
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