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Re: Gossamer, if you don't like Java ...
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- Subject: Re: Gossamer, if you don't like Java ...
- From: Ted Nelson <ted@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 07:49:53 +0900
- Cc: ted@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Is C++ okay? That's also available as Metrowerks input.
What OO do you like?
And why don't you like Java? First negative I've heard.
At 07:00 AM 6/16/98 +1000, you wrote:
>Ted Nelson wrote:
>> Having thought over the problem of increasing special cases and
>> restrictions, I think it justifies going to OO programming
>> (presumably Java on Metrowerks) for the next major revision. As I
>> understand it, OO will make it easier and safer to constrain
>> activities on particular dimensions and cell types.
>You're right about OO being an appropriate thing.
>Just thought you should know, I don't like programming in Java, so I
>won't be working on it when you shift. Wasn't sure if you were aware
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>: how, or find a way to avoid doing it (could someone else do it for
>: you?). -- Gossamer
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