Inline-Assembly for Python

I propose Python to have inline-Assembly for optimizing performance critical code.

If you want this proposal to go anywhere, you will need to provide a lot more details, especially how this fits into python’s object-based high-level execution and data model.

Also see projects like numba and cython that allow you to write low level code in python.


I will…

You may be interested in existing approaches:


Python can already call out to compiled C, C++, Fortran and Rust code.

Feel free to design a Python ABI at Assembly language level, that works with all CPU architectures.

How many architectures does Python support?

See PEP 11.

I do not think my dumbass can do this by myself. Can someone help me with this project? I have no money