Huzza, that is damn fast. The pure ruby parser will take a bit longer,
next week. But I try to finish it asap. :-)
> Sweeeeet! I can't wait to see fancy bootstraping, :-)
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> From: Victor Hugo Borja <vbo...@apache.org>
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> Date: Thu, 7 Oct 2010 10:44:42 -0500
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> Subject: Re: [fancy-lang] Fancy running on Rubinius VM
> Good news everyone!, we have almost everything that is needed for
> bootstrapping, all the fancy files in lib/ can be compiled to rubinius
> bytecode. We're working on implementing the methods we currently have in C++
> in ruby (inside rbx/fancy_ext). So we will be bootstrapping really soon, and
> ready to implement everything in fancy itself.
> I'd like to thank all of you for making fancy so awesome!.
> It would be really nice to have the new web design for the next release (I
> hope we can bootstrap in a week, and make a release by that time).
> cheers !!
> On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 3:52 PM, Christopher Bertels
> <bakkd...@googlemail.com> wrote:
>> As of recently, there has been lots of work done on a bytecode
>> compiler for the Rubinius VM.
>> Thanks to several new committers to the project, alot of work has been
>> done to improve the language, its syntax and performance.
>> We’re planning on getting all of Fancy’s features implemented for
>> Rubinius soon.
>> This is a pretty huge step in Fancy’s development since we’ll gain
>> some substantial performance improvements and hopefully will be able
>> to fully bootstrap the language soon.
>> Another obvious improvement will be the possibility to use any
>> existing Ruby library and framework that runs on Rubinius (including
>> most C-extensions that also run on the VM).
>> PS: You can have a look at the current bytecode compiler work done at
>> the rbx_bytecode branch ( =>
> Quaerendo invenietis.