You know, it's crazy that Python
and Ruby fans find themselves
battling so much. While syntax
is different, this exercise
proves how close they are to
each other! And, yes, I like
Ruby's syntax and can think much
better in it, but it would be
nice to share libs with Python
folk and not have to wait forever
for a mythical VM that runs all
Monday, May 05, 2008
Ruby to Python bytecode compiler
Kumar beat me to it, but I'll mention it here too: Why the Lucky Stiff published a Ruby-to-Python-bytecode compiler, as well as tools to decompile the byte code into source code. According to the README file, he based his work on blog posts by Ned Batchelder related to dissecting Python bytecode. I wholeheartedly agree with Why's comment at the end of the README file:
at May 05, 2008
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