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- Subject: Re: A citation on Lua
- From: askok@...
- Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2006 12:34:54 +0200
I think for him lack of 'split' counts as a design flaw?
Anyways, it would be nice to get in touch with the person.
Unfortunately (or: fortunately?) his website gives 404:
With 2 secs of Googling, he'd found:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006 10:24:10 +0100
Philippe Lhoste <PhiLho@GMX.net> wrote:
Somebody that goes against the flow... :-)
"I've been working with Lua recently - can't say that I
like it very much. It has some remarkably academic
features for something that's used so commerically, but
it's a complete pig to work with and it's hard not to sit
and frown at the (in my opinion) ugly design."
He has the right to have an opinion, of course, but I
regret he doesn't expand on what design flaws he found.
Such out of the blue remark isn't useful / constructive /
credible. Even less when written after a day of
-- (near) Paris -- France
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