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- Subject: Re: C++ religious war (was: llua Higher-level C API for Lua)
- From: Jeremy Ong <jeremycong@...>
- Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2014 14:15:04 -0700
No. I don't really "get" go. It's not a systems language so comparing
it to C++ or C makes no sense. It has no generics so library authors
are toast unless they get their data structure or primitives baked
into the language. It has concurrency and channels but so do Erlang,
Haskell, Node, C#, Scala, and more.
Rust is infinitely more promising to me but there's still a good deal
of work to do there. The upside of Rust compared to Go is objectively
On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 2:06 PM, Isaac <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Stroustrup says that there's a lean and elegant language trying to
>> escape from C++, and this is why I'm interested in the next generation
>> of statically compiled languages.
> isn't that language ? : go - I recall Steve was quite interested in it