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- From: Nil Goyette <nilgoyette@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 23:46:39 -0400
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I remember reading somewhere (mailing list, bugzilla, real life, I don't know) that "we" want only one perspective for Java, Scheme and Prolog. To be honest, I don't understand such a decision. Maxime and I are working on Scheme and we think each language would be better with their own perspective. Can you guys please tell me what you think about that?