Jerome Alet wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Erik Enge wrote:
> > On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Jerome Alet wrote:
> > > Java comes to mind, guess who is the "powerful entity" ;-)
> > I really can't see that Java has been bastardized by it, though.
> I was told that some java programs only run under windows, that's what I
> called bastardization.
> However I don't know for sure, because I don't use Java: I use a beautiful
> language instead, and it's called: Python ;-)
There sure are python programs that run only under windows too ;)
Not that I'd recommend writing them in such a way but it happens,
especially if they are developed/debugged under windows only and/or use
Banning such extensions also seems stupid, as one of main strengths of
python is its extensibility.
And the fact that you can't use some stackless python features
under plain c-python does not bother me at all.
It would not bother me even if people at Transmeta would make
Crusoe JIT to interpret python bytecodes directly ;)
I would say that it would make me very glad instead, even if it causes
python programs make "wrong" assumptions and thus run prohibitively slow
even on 1.4 GHz Athlons .
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