I can't find the details of PyPy3's unicode implementation documented
anywhere. Is it equivalent to:
- a Python 3.2 narrow build
- a Python 3.2 wide build
- PEP 393
- something else?
On 21 June 2014 06:32, Philip Jenvey <pjen...@underboss.org> wrote:
> PyPy3 2.3.1 - Fulcrum
> We're pleased to announce the first stable release of PyPy3. PyPy3
> targets Python 3 (3.2.5) compatibility.
> We would like to thank all of the people who donated_ to the `py3k
> for supporting the work that went into this.
> You can download the PyPy3 2.3.1 release here:
> * The first stable release of PyPy3: support for Python 3!
> * The stdlib has been updated to Python 3.2.5
> * Additional support for the u'unicode' syntax (`PEP 414`_) from Python 3.3
> * Updates from the default branch, such as incremental GC and various JIT
> * Resolved some notable JIT performance regressions from PyPy2:
> - Re-enabled the previously disabled collection (list/dict/set) strategies
> - Resolved performance of iteration over range objects
> - Resolved handling of Python 3's exception __context__ unnecessarily
> frame object overhead
> .. _`PEP 414`: http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0414/
> What is PyPy?
> PyPy is a very compliant Python interpreter, almost a drop-in replacement
> CPython 2.7.6 or 3.2.5. It's fast due to its integrated tracing JIT
> This release supports x86 machines running Linux 32/64, Mac OS X 64,
> and OpenBSD,
> as well as newer ARM hardware (ARMv6 or ARMv7, with VFPv3) running Linux.
> While we support 32 bit python on Windows, work on the native Windows 64
> bit python is still stalling, we would welcome a volunteer
> to `handle that`_.
> .. _`handle that`:
> How to use PyPy?
> We suggest using PyPy from a `virtualenv`_. Once you have a virtualenv
> installed, you can follow instructions from `pypy documentation`_ on how
> to proceed. This document also covers other `installation schemes`_.
> .. _donated:
> .. _`py3k proposal`: http://pypy.org/py3donate.html
> .. _`pypy documentation`:
> .. _`virtualenv`: http://www.virtualenv.org/en/latest/
> .. _`installation schemes`:
> the PyPy team
> Philip Jenvey