Not a bug but a question about other project which might worth to be added in the faq as Cpython did.

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Laël Cellier created an issue

While Jython and IronPython doesn’t support python3 they are both able to run hungry ᴄᴘᴜ bound multithread at full speed while supporting almost all features of python2.

Why their methods can’t be reproduced in PyPy ?

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  1. Armin Rigo

    Please ask on the pypy-dev mailing list instead.

    A quick answer is that it's tons of work. Less so than with CPython, but more so than if you can already rely on a good multithreading object-oriented VM, like Java or .NET.

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