On Tue, Mar 18, 2003, Zooko wrote:
No -- capabilities (as envisioned for Python) are references. Whether a reference to an object, to a bound method, or to a function doesn't matter.
Note that it isn't that capabilities are "like" references, it is that capabilities *are* references. Every reference is a capability. Every capability is a reference.
<blink> Are you saying that an int is a capability?