Java and Python
gerhard at bigfoot.de
Thu Mar 21 06:24:24 CET 2002
* Rich Salz <r.salz at verizon.net> [2002-03-21 04:31 +0000]:
> Cameron Laird wrote:
> >I'm still looking for a way to get this point across: the
> >answer to many questions is, "There's no such thing." No
> >one plays the role for Python that Sun plays for Java.
> Hmm.. Both provide a reference implementation, both provide a community
> process for suggesting improvements (but still retain the right to do
> what they think best)... what's missing?
Both just are 'infrastructure' for the company behind them, they don't
make money directly from it.
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