On 24.09.22 11:13, Dmitry A. Kazakov wrote:
> On 2022-09-24 10:50, Luke A. Guest wrote:
>>> and going to Rust. (...)
> I wonder, who will first dare proclaim that [xyz] was trash... (:-))
Won't it be the presenter to use [xyz] in an economically informed
speech about a new trendy replacement that is already a thing.
Trash in systems obeys a universal law, familiar to every consultant.
That it piles up, and while leading to stagnation, trash also
- for oblivion,
- for cleaning out and
- for rebuilding.
A fresh start.
As a starting point, Rust has the fine mechanisms that will
facilitate turning the language into a generator of
consumable goods, including itself. It is, therefore,
By design, Rust meets many a business demand, since it doesn't stop
at just technical ideas, of which it inherits many.
Write a really good driver for Linux using Ada 2012 and do not use
capital letters in the source text, at least where Linux doesn't.
Be silent about the language. Can an Adaist do that, to save the