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Axis8783yBtw I do know what cython is but it does not do exactly what I wished it would
GnomoP823yPython is a scripting language, albeit a powerful one. Having pointers and memory management on a python-like syntax would be very cumbersome to implement and could cause numerous compiling errors, going from the assumption you're going to *actually* design a compiler.
Stick to C/C++ for the memory management and have your own libraries ready with scripts to shorten frequent non-complex tasks and you'll be mostly fine.
gorsamp20683yWe are all going to love it because it's new, and we will all hate it because it has terrible docs and no answers on StackOverflow.
See acting advice from Robin Williams. It doesn't matter what we think, just do it.
There exists a Python-like syntax overlay for the D language which might serve as an example of what is possible. I forget what it is called, but it sounds an awful lot like what you describe. (I came across it a couple years ago and didn't save the link.)