In article <email@example.com>, Chris Bitmead
> chen@adi.COM (Franklin Chen) writes:
> > I've looked at the paper, and found it extremely misleading for its
> > omissions and factual inaccuracies. In particular, I was baffled that
> > there was no mention _whatsoever_ of advanced languages such as
> > Scheme, ML, and Haskell--languages that to me seem most promising as
> > foundations for safe, efficient, and expressive prototyping/scripting
> > as well as general purpose programming.
I am surprised that NO reference is made to AppWare/MicroBrew, as a
parallel to Tcl. Am I the only one seeing an analog situation?