Developing Commercial Applications in Python
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Mon Jan 3 20:53:59 CET 2005
Well, now that they are API based, they can easily add any script language
they so wish through SWIG (www.swig.org).
Maybe not LISP. SNOBOL would be the right thing to do. (*NOT*)
"Richards Noah (IFR LIT MET)" <Noah.Richards at infineon.com> wrote in message
news:crc699$l24$1 at athen03.muc.infineon.com...
> > It was actually developed in Fortran some 35 years ago. Then migrated
> > F77. Then added a C/C++ layer to sit ontop. Then converted to API
> > Then added a Python layer on top.
> > The only thing unfortunate is that they went with MFC on the newest
> > Yuck!
> Hahaha, sounds like a party to me. And they didn't even throw in a layer
> Lisp for good effort? Too bad, if you ask me :)
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