Posted in 2013
- 30 December 2013
In Alex Gaynor’s post there is just about everything right. I still want to add my take on it.
- 27 December 2013
Many of you who turn to my easy to use, highly compatible Python compiler Nuitka, do this mostly because they seek to solve the deployment problem that Python suffers from.
- 05 December 2013
- 26 November 2013
Please see the page “What is Nuitka?” for clarification of what it is now and what it wants to be.
- 28 October 2013
- 04 October 2013
Once upon a time ago physics had multiple forces. Each with very distinct traits. These were the early days. Then as time went on people started to realize that weak nuclear force and electromagnetic force were the same sort. That was after discovering that electricity and magnetism were the same, and that is the pattern. It’s called symmetry, equivalence, and so on.
- 20 August 2013
- 15 August 2013
Back from Europython 2013 in Florence for a while now. I had a presentation about my Python compiler Nuitka. You can watch the Video on Youtube. I believe it’s absolutely worth your time. I was not doing a lot of “why” at all now, only “what”, and demo times, and answering questions:
- 27 June 2013
- 18 May 2013
- 26 April 2013
This is to let you know, that I have finally carved in and created accounts on all those “social” platforms, that deal with code. So far I had resisted their terms (you pay us when we get sued), but I have given up on that stance, it’s likely irrelevant, as Nuitka won’t get sued, and if it is, those are not the issues.
- 16 April 2013
I am going to the wonderful city of Florence, and Europython 2013 and make a presentation there. This time, I am not introducing Nuitka anymore, I did that in 2012, this time, I will try and dive into static optimization and try to convey the message why I believe it is possible.
- 10 April 2013
The good news are lately coming in high density, although I barely have the opportunity to work on Nuitka. Check the page What is Nuitka? for clarification of what it is now and what it wants to be.
- 10 April 2013
And the first point has been done too, Python3.3 is now fully
yield from syntax.
- 07 April 2013
This post is about a feature often requested, but so far not available feature of Nuitka. Please see the page “What is Nuitka?” for clarification of what it is now and what it wants to be.
- 06 April 2013
My first real UNIX ever was a NetBSD. That was now about 22 years ago. I am still sentimental about it. I had installed it last about 8 years ago. And I still like it. Back in the days, it was the first UNIX to encounter for me, running on Amiga hardware, first of a friend, then on my own.
- 29 March 2013
- 16 March 2013
Thanks to a contribution, Nuitka now has a proper RPM spec file. And using openSUSE Build Service, we can now enjoy RPMs for all major distributions.
- 05 March 2013
- 04 March 2013
As you all know, Nuitka (see “what is Nuitka?” ) has recently completed a milestone. Always short on time, I am not doing a whole lot of benchmarking yet, and focus on development. But here is an interesting submission from Dave Kierans (CTO of iPowow! Ltd):
- 25 February 2013