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Assunto: Re: Where Tcl and Tk went wrong; {SPAM?} Re: Where Tcl and Tk went
Data: 31/03/10 12:01

> On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Alex Queiroz <> wrote:
> > "Another problem Tcl faced, as it grew, was the tug-of-war between
> > those wishing to see it small, light, and easy to distribute embedded
> > within some other program, and those wishing it to become a
> > "full-fledged" programming language, with lots of tools for solving
> > every day programs.  Unfortunately, that tug of war seems to have left
> > it somewhere in the middle."
> I think in Lua case we're mostly safe, there's really very few things
> that could reasonably be added to the core language.  almost any
> "solving every day programs" need should be done with an external
> library.
> -- 
> Javier

The loading of external libraries is already a "solving every day programs"


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