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- Subject: Re: Adjective for Lua-isms / "in the spirit of Lua"
- From: Philippe Verdy <verdyp@...>
- Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2021 16:45:38 +0100
Luantastic ! Luactive, luartistic because it is luative for luanatic people...
You'll see replies from cenatic people pretendinc their language is centastic, more ceactive, and even ceartistic because it is leative as well.
Invent/derive the terms as you want, that's what *human* languages are designed and used for. Not programming languages, that don't need humans to exist by themselves in their own virtual word. Programming languages are metaphysics beside the physics of human languages, exposed to lot of actions and reactions (and so are not resistant and live in a chaotic but creative world). Now, are programming languages creative by themselves? Technically no, unless we (humans) change their specifications (and then "invent", actually discover, a new programming language living again in its own virtual world). So many virtual worlds to live with, where as humans have to live in a single chaotic physical world.
I’m new here so shouldn’t comment. I am a Lua fanatic and like lunatic.
However it has such negative emotions in English/Americans.
It’s hard seeing “top 10” lists that don’t include Lua.
What about LuaType?
Lunar is good, is the same word for portuguese and english and the meaning is the same.
But I have to say... Lunatic/Lunatico is much more fun! :D
Em quarta-feira, 29 de dezembro de 2021 01:04:30 BRT, David Cravey <firstname.lastname@example.org
Luaesthetic: "relating to a sense of the beautiful, artistic"