On Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 2:04 PM, Hans Hagen <pra...@wxs.nl> wrote:
> ps. I once read about Icon as language and somehow that one also had some
> appeal. I never had a running environment. Smalltalk is also nice, esp the
> (original) books (esp the historic one),
it's easy to try squeak

>and Lisp (in relation to tex) also
> has some appeal.
True, see
(there is also a context support)
A binding  to libguile should be no difficult to achieve.

>Live is too short to learn all those languages and stay
> fluent in them, i.e. one simply forgets a lot when usage zeros.
we should start to think how to to become immortal.

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