Victor Subervi wrote:
Good point. Most legacy s/w is in C++. I'm assuming from lack of comment
that C# is as yet an unborn language ;)
there is another very simple problem with languages like C# or Java.
In the case of C, it is the developers machine which has to have the
proper software installed to compile it.
Java need the proper run-time and so the byte compiler installed on
every client machine. If you run into a very specific problem with the
byte-compiler, you have to have a specific version installed on all clients.
In case of C, you can do a static link to minimise this impact.
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