On Thu, 21 Feb 2008 12:14:13 +0100 (CET) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > If you argue that most people want an implemenation that covers large > parts of the specs, the most logical step would be to boost pugs > development. It's the most advanced implementation by far. > And I do believe that it can be sped up if you really want that. > > So where's that pro parrot bias coming from?
Hi, besides the speed/performance, one should also consider the (intended) portability of Parrot here. As you may know, a goal of Parrot is to run on _all_ the platforms Perl ever ran. GHC and its Haskell runtime is not as ubiquitous as a 'working' C compiler. Best regards, norbi