peter at engcorp.com
Tue Aug 17 06:04:26 CEST 2004
> Well, what about Ming ???
Not sure... Ming appears to be in an extremely early form,
and there are suggestions it's not very stable yet (and
I think that word was used in the sense of "unreliable",
not just "changing").
The script support appears to be "C-like, with a very limited
feature set". Doesn't even allow function calls?! That
can't be good.
Maybe improvements are on the roadmap. I'm not sure why
they would have chosen to go with a C-like scripting
language, however, instead of growing an ECMAScript
language piece by piece. Or just adopting an existing
component from some other project... maybe from
spidermonkey or something.
I really don't know. This stuff is not yet something
I know much about.
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