Re: [SC-L] Interesting article on the adoption of Software Security

2004-06-12 Thread Andreas Saurwein
Crispin Cowan wrote: However, where ever C made an arbitrary decision (either way is just as good) PL/M went the opposite direction from C, making it very annoying for a C programmer to use. Does that mean it did not make any decision at all? What was the outcome? Michael S Hines wrote: When

RE: [SC-L] Interesting article on the adoption of Software Security

2004-06-12 Thread Wall, Kevin
Dana Epp wrote... [...snip...] For those of us who write kernel mode / ring0 code, what language are you suggesting we write in? Name a good typesafe language that you have PRACTICALLY seen to write kernel mode code in. Especially on Windows and the Linux platform. I am not trying to fuel

Re: [SC-L] Interesting article on the adoption of Software Security

2004-06-12 Thread Crispin Cowan
Andreas Saurwein wrote: Crispin Cowan wrote: However, where ever C made an arbitrary decision (either way is just as good) PL/M went the opposite direction from C, making it very annoying for a C programmer to use. Does that mean it did not make any decision at all? What was the outcome? No,