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>>>>> "Alexey" == Alexey Goldin <email@example.com> writes:
Alexey> Have you tried SIOD? CLISP?
Quite frankly, since I discovered SWIG
(ftp://ftp.cs.utah.edu/pub/beazley/SWIG) any of Perl, Python, Tcl, and
Guile became easily extensible scripting languages. Thus, I get just
about anything I want, and can judge languages on other merits, such
as libraries or asthetic implications.
As a side note, are there any proposals in the works to create a
comp.lang.advocacy newsgroup where this sort of thing would be allowed
full reign? I can't fiddle the followups as would be my normal wish
on a thread this crossposted because I can't in good faith send them
anywhere. comp.lang.misc is for things other than advocacy
Graham Hughes http://A-abe.resnet.ucsb.edu/~graham/ MIME & PGP mail OK.
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