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Re: "Why Mono is Currently An Unacceptable Risk"

From: Linønut
Subject: Re: "Why Mono is Currently An Unacceptable Risk"
Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 16:32:29 -0500
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Error BR-549: MS DRM 1.0 rejects the following post from Tweaking Swine:

> Right.  The whole Linux Development community is afraid anything that 
> impinges on the power of the 'c' development hierarchy.  In some sense, 
> the whole OSS/Linux movement is a reassertion of the procedural 
> programmers against the Object programmers.

Yeah, that's why the GNU C compiler, gcc, is now a front end for C, C++,
Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada.  It's all about procedural languages.

And that's why Linux also includes Perl, Python, Tcl/Tk, Ruby, Guile,
Scheme, Curl, M4, and a horde of shells.  And tools for SGML/XML. 

> That's the real battle, and don't let them tell you different.

What a load of hogwash.  You're just a freaking idiot on this topic, until you
demonstrate otherwise.

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