just step by chance upon a post about "Jargons And High Level Languages":
Very interesting. Seems the author's primary intention is to re-place humans
semantics at the core of programming language definition. (Just like me.) I
don't agree with all what he says, sure, but the /intention/ is, I guess, to
highlight precisely what we're missing.
Discussion of this in general, and of particular points, welcome.
vita es estrany
hrm, isn't there something like Godwin's Law that as soon as somebody
brings in a reference to xah lee, somebody else has to call somebody a
Nazi, and then somebody else has to invoke the spirit of john harrop
when he was an ocaml instead of F# bigot, etc. etc.?
Awa! Didn't know. But, just like in PL design, are we really *forced* to
inherit errors from the past?
hopefully not :-)
i'm tired today so i'm low on optimism wrt there ever being a better
programming language :-(