On 9/29/07, gabriele renzi <rff_rffREMOVE / yahoo.it> wrote:
> On Sat, 29 Sep 2007 00:47:53 +0900, Wilson Bilkovich wrote:
>
>
> > In answer to your second question.. Rubinius isn't really 'different'.
> > It uses only time-honored implementation techniques. They just happen
> > to be techniques that have not often been used to implement dynamic
> > languages.
>
> also PyPy, many Schemes and Squeak come to mind. I believe a better
> wording may be "not often used to implement dynamic languages of the unix
> legacy" :)
>

I was thinking of all of those. Five or so out of all of the language
implementations, to mind mind, counts as "not often". :)