On Thu, 14 Sep 2017 05:53:59 -0600
Matthew Flatt <mfl...@cs.utah.edu> wrote:
> Yes, that's the goal. In the near term, the best-case scenario is that
> existing Racket programs run on Chez Scheme and sometimes run faster
> and/or in less memory.
> The benefits within Racket's implementation are much greater in the
> near term, since the new Racket layer is more maintainable and
> adaptable, and that layer lives on a Chez Scheme base that is
> certainly better than the part of the Racket that it replaces.
You don't envision 'impedance mismatch' between the two?
> Hopefully, this internal restructuring will allow more people to
> contribute to Racket's implementation, leading to a range of
> improvements for end users in the long run.
Bright future for the Racket...
> Only a few small things, and only recently.
Humble, us usual. ;)
Abandoning all attachment to the results of his activities,
ever satisfied and independent, he performs no fruitive action,
although engaged in all kinds of undertakings.
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