gwhulbert at eol.ca
Sun Jun 15 14:56:35 CEST 2008
On Sat, 2008-14-06 at 11:44 -0700, Phoenix Sol wrote:
> Hey Guy,
> On Fri, 2008-13-06 at 19:45 -0700, Phoenix Sol wrote:
> > Missing from the 'bindings' section on the first page at
> > http://iolanguage.com is Python
I looked again (slowly :-) at your email this morning and it just struck
me that what I was really mis-understanding was 'missing'.
>  You keep using that word ... [the princess bride]
> You are probably right. Please forgive my 'cowboy coder'
> conventions. ;-)
Nothing to forgive. Communication's a bitch.
> What I mean is that you can call Python from Io. Here is a quick
The light goes on !!
> phoenix at pyre:~$ io
> Io 20080120
> Io> mt := Python import("mimetypes")
> ==> Python_0x8338c58:
When I looked at this the first time, I thought what you meant by
'missing' was 'something that *should* be implemented' and that your
'example' was a demonstration of how easy it was for you to implement
it. But you'd need to be a "C Programmer" to do that and you had denied
that skill, iirc.
So what you meant by 'missing' is 'missing from the documentation'.
Must be an Io trade secret ;-).
Presumably one could replace 'Python' by 'Stackless' ... (just to stay
on-topic ;-) ... perhaps that was your point originally. I'd have to
look back at the thread to see.
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