On Nov 14, 2005, at 6:04 PM, Robert Sanderson wrote:
> I (personally) wouldn't call php or ruby a major language, but if you
> do, then I'm not going to have a language war and will enumerate
Er, I'm not sure this community is in the position of being arrogant
about anything. I think catering to the most popular web scripting
language could be nothing but "beneficial" for pushing our agenda into
Ruby's current development community might be small, but it's got the
hot hand right now. Getting in on the ground floor might not be a bad
>> mentions Java, Perl and Python (is there no C parser?). I use the
> There's C (part of YAZ) and a C# port of the java code.
Ok, my bad re: C. I can't find the C# port, though.
The best I can find is:
but no actual "product". Is poor Lubos still waiting patiently?
Now, I realize that an obvious response would be: "Well, what the hell
are /you/ doing, Ross? Why don't you make the PHP parser?"
And this is a good question.
But believe me, that's the worst thing that could happen.