Request for opinions: A cross language development tool
Bridge compiles Python modules into native code, which requires us to
support Python *language* features (for, while, class, generators, etc)
but it reuses CPython's libraries (list, dict, str, etc) so we don't
implement those, and it also uses CPython's ast module in order to parse
Python code. So once we are done supporting all of the language
features, any Python code should work. Currently we have quite a few
language features to implement, but we're working on it =) We're
targeting Python 3.5.
On 06/21/2016 08:36 PM, Chris Angelico wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 12:06 AM, Tal Zion <tal at bridge-dev.com> wrote:
>> * Bridge makes Python faster: Python code compiled through Bridge is
>> compiled to native code. Because we are leveraging LLVM's many
>> optimizations, Python code will run faster than ever.
> Can you run *any* Python program through Bridge? Absolutely anything?
> Can you guarantee language compatibility?
> And if you can - what version of Python are you compatible with?