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On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 10:32 AM, Marc Balmer <> wrote:

Am 01.07.2014 um 15:08 schrieb Andrew Starks <>:
Our own software proves him wrong.  Dynamic languages are very well manageable, also with large codebases.

I was hoping that someone would say something like this. I think that he admits that there are large projects built on dynamic software, but that it is more expensive / takes more work.

But that's not the interesting point, as it relates to Lua. I'm wondering if the direct C<->Lua link makes projects fundamentally different than the HTML(UI) <->_javascript_<->Server,

At first, it seems totally different. But considering that there is an enforced separation of concerns, perhaps not.

And then there was the interesting tidbits about jscript/_javascript_s design goals. I found that very interesting, too.