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It is available from darcs and runs a 'Hello World' example. A large number of bytecodes are unimplemented so many programs won't run yet.
 
It is available from darcs and runs a 'Hello World' example. A large number of bytecodes are unimplemented so many programs won't run yet.
   
Although interpreting a language using an interpreted language is slow the current version is only about 6 times slower than C and will likely get faster.
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Interpreting a language using an interpreted language is slow and the current version is about 100 times slower than C, although this will likely get faster over time.

Revision as of 17:09, 2 March 2006

- Pyhi -

Pyhi is a complete Yhc bytecode interpreter written in Python.

It is available from darcs and runs a 'Hello World' example. A large number of bytecodes are unimplemented so many programs won't run yet.

Interpreting a language using an interpreted language is slow and the current version is about 100 times slower than C, although this will likely get faster over time.