To be honest, since Apple dropped support of Pascal, I have hated all computer languages... but the one I hate the least is Python.
I was happy to see interest in Python raised early and often and that there is now a serious effort to get uPython implemented.
I hope that it gets full support from everyone.
What I like most about Python might not be what uPython on a P2 is able to offer... and that is a HUGE base of supporting modules.
1. Would it be possible to put true Python on a system that had multiple P2's and gobs of memory? If possible...how much more difficult would it be than say...uPython to impement?
2. If it is possible, would standard modules be available without having to recompile or reconfigure them in some way?