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- Subject: Re: Need standard kernel supported class in Lua, was: Macros and expressivity
- From: Ben <thebassplayer@...>
- Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:04:48 -0800
That's why LOOP exists. Just send people on over there, and it's
cool. It's not like the mechanisms are already there. Considering
all the hoops you have to jump through in other languages, and also
considering the "syntax weirdity" of Lua already, compared a C-like
language, what's a couple parentheses in your class definitions?
And isn't LOOP maintained by Tecgraf? That seems the closest you can
get to official endorsement. It's a good system, it works, so why do
people keep complaining about a lack of class syntax? Or is it just
not that well-known?