Hmm. Why did you switch to Java? Also, that email address for Henry bounced
:-} Could you check it?
On Dec 31, 2007 1:31 PM, Aryeh M. Friedman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> Victor Subervi wrote:
> > Thanks. I'll drop him a line.
> Forgot to mention that as far I know it is straight Java also. As a
> side note to those who are knocking Java a few things need to be
> I don't know if I am the exception but I know a fair number of
> people who have switched from c/c++ to Java (like me)... most of my
> carrer (and still do) is writting high performence code (largely via
> custom alogrithems instead of hand optimization) and have had zero
> issue with Java in this issue (except for the slow startup time for
> the jvm). Matter one of my projects is a Java-->native compiler which
> I eventually plan to base an OS around.
> > Victor
> > On Dec 31, 2007 1:24 PM, Aryeh M. Friedman
> > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Victor Subervi wrote:
> >>>> Thanks for the comments. It's a serious project. It appears
> >>>> that no one has yet done anything substantial in open source
> >>>> for translation, which is a $12 billion/yr industry. Go
> >>>> figure. Sounds like C++ is the way to go. Now, getting back
> >>>> on topic :) I know that one has to install all sorts of s/w
> >>>> and rebuild the kernel for working with Java. Is that true of
> >>>> C++ as well? Or is it like C, native to FBSD?
> > If your talking natural langs then Henry Pjiffers
> > ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) has done a fair amount of work... even
> > though he might attempt to sell you on "enhanced" open-source ;-)
> > [I would also do this if I had done work in the translation area...
> > he is the other 1/3 of the licensing model I have mentioned a few
> > times on the lists]
> - --
> Aryeh M. Friedman
> FloSoft Systems
> Developer, not business, friendly
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