"no variable or argument declarations are necessary."

Brian Quinlan brian at sweetapp.com
Fri Oct 7 10:28:27 CEST 2005

Paul Rubin wrote:
> Brian Quinlan <brian at sweetapp.com> writes:
>>Without a clear idea of the nature of the proposal, it is impossible
>>to assess it's costs and benefits. So could a proponent of optional
>>declarations please provide a more clear proposal?
> There is no proposal on the table.  There's a discussion of how this
> stuff can work, and whether it's useful.  As for how the compiler
> deals with imported modules, see for example Common Lisp or Haskell or
> ML--how do they do it?

Except that you are providing neither useful input on how it could work 
nor on whether it would be useful. All you are doing is telling people 
to do research on other languages (that resumably do things in a way 
more to your liking).

In conclusion, this thread is unlikely to make any useful progress.


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