2012/9/3 Prankster <pmmu...@gmail.com>:
> I would like to know shedskins internal architecture
> i meant which algorithm has been used??
> What are steps for converting python to c++ I meant compiler phases??
Have a look at Mark's master thesis¹: while the algorithms described
there have changed with time, this should be a good starting point.
2012/8/31 Prankster <pmmu...@gmail.com>:
> Has it any toolchain like pypy??
CPython + GCC + GNU Make
You also need to have boehm gc and PCRE.
> wht makes it is faster than cpythan??
Please note that Shedskin is not *always* faster than CPython. It's
often the case because compiling Python with Shedskin means that your
code will be translated to native machine code, whereas CPython is
/mostly/ an interpreter (it doesn't even have a JIT — PyPy does). It
also means that you can get the benefits of a very mature C++ compiler
like GCC for optimizations.