Prothon 0.1.2 is getting close to Alpha [Prothon]
peter at engcorp.com
Thu Jul 8 02:10:56 CEST 2004
Mark Hahn wrote:
> Prothon is an industrial strength language that uses native OS
> threads and 64-bit architecture.
Mark, as someone with an "industry" perspective, I interpret
the phrase "industrial strength" as meaning two things**, primarily:
power and reliability.
Does Prothon already have enough users and runtime to justify a
claim that it is highly reliable? I believe Python can make this
claim fairly easily at this point, though even a few years ago
I'm not sure that was the case.
What do _you_ mean by "industrial strength"?
** That is, when I don't think it's just a marketroid talking.
I know Mark isn't a marketroid, in spite of the similarity
in the names. ;-)
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