HLL and misa...
Thu, 15 Jun 1995 19:10:09 +0200
thanks for taking the time to describe your project.
> well - hopefully that is a sufficient taste of the language!
a taste of air, you mean?. for the technical level sometimes reached on
this list, you may well be a lot more concrete.
> is a concise, consistent, simple, powerful, concurrent, cross of CLOS,
> smalltalk, and scheme.
could you use more descriptive words? powerful says nothing, consistent is
implied by simple and simple is implied by concise. so all i can make out
so far is that you are building a concise concurrent lisp with some
what feature did it inherit from what ancestor for what reason?
oops - i can see one more thing:
> `get' would be able to figure out what you were doing by the "types" of
> objects you supply to it.
this probably means that you are using the generic function approach. big
loose, in my opinion.
eager to hear more about misa,