Could Python supplant Java?
ajs at ix.netcom.com
Mon Aug 19 16:30:48 CEST 2002
David Brown writes -
> 7) Python is run by Guido van Rossum, its Benevolent Dictator for Life.
>Java is run by comittee for the benifit of a company. There can be no
>that the BDFL is a more efficient way to run a large development project,
>and Python is improved and extended regularly without losing sight of its
FWIW, and without meaning *any* criticism of the structure of the Python
development project, or of Guido - I find this inappropriate verbiage
for a langauge comparison.
A) there *can* be at least some doubt, one hopes. by someone, sometime,
someplace. Can't there?
B) it ain't a language feature in any case.
And FWIW, I feel compelled to comment of this kind of thing
as someone whose enthusiasm for Python is firm.
Does it feel more hand-crafted? Yes - to me.
Is that a good thing. Yes - to me.
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