It looks like with the new release Pypy 6, it is also true with Python 3.5.
I've just tried and Pythran seems to work (but I didn't run the unittests!).
Calling Pythran functions seems to be as fast as with CPython.
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De: "Neal Becker" <ndbecker2@xxxxxxxxx>
À: "pythran" <pythran@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Envoyé: Vendredi 27 Avril 2018 17:41:26
Objet: [pythran] Re: Using Pythran with Pypy?
I believe last time I looked these statements were true for pypy2, but not
On Fri, Apr 27, 2018 at 8:50 AM PIERRE AUGIER <
The new release of Pypy (Pypy 6,
is impressive. The C-API compatibility layer cpyext is faster and better.
Matplotlib (and numpy, pandas, scipy, h5py, mpi4py, cython) can now be
used. Pypy could start to be a serious alternative to run scientific codes.
So what about using Pythran with Pypy ? It seems to me they could become
very complementary tools...
Serge, do you think using Pythran with Pypy could be possible? And