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Re: Why is Elisp slow?

From: 조성빈
Subject: Re: Why is Elisp slow?
Date: Fri, 3 May 2019 08:39:43 +0900

> Probably (I have a dream) if someone decides to develop a new emacs in
> 2019 most of the functions and API will be made in pure and clear C (or
> any other compiled language), with a full C api that gives the same
> access level than what elisp gives in Emacs today (with C lists, arrays
> and structs), so it will be not only faster but also simpler to extend
> it with other languages like Scheme, Python, Lua, C++, rust and so
> on. (There are modules projects going in that direction) And the editor
> don't even need to provide a compiler or interpreter for them. (there
> will be Guile/gcc/python and so on for that)

This, very much sounds like Guile Emacs. Anyone knows how Guile Emacs is 
doing?̊̈ It’s very much looks like vaporware these days :-(
Is upstream considering Guile Emacs as a valid solution? 
Is there any development ongoing? (Official or not?)

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