Why did no one invent Python before?
j_mckitrick at bigfoot.com
Sat Jun 5 00:50:35 CEST 2004
> That already happened: the language is called Eiffel.
> Checking all pre- and postconditions and invariants on each call was
> terrible slow when i started my project with a PIV 400 MHz. It was
> mostly impossible to use on normal size data sets. Now i use a PIV
> 2800 and give away my product (http://www.ruby-ide.com :-) with all
> runtime checks enabled. This makes my programming style much much
So you wrote a ruby IDE in Eiffel?
Which language do you prefer, then?
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