Martijn Faassen wrote:
There will be a problem if proxies get into subsystems without any
security declarations. Most security policies should forbid access in
that case.

You might be surprised how many things you'll need to add security
declarations for. In my experience this seriously kills development
speed early on in the project.

I haven't decided what security policy I'll be using yet, so this may or may not be a problem ;-)

As an aside, has anyone built something like an interactive shell that runs with the restricted compiler?



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