From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-21 09:07:15
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Stefan Seefeld wrote:
>>> using gcc : 4.0 : g++ ;
>>> using gcc : 4.1 : path/to/g++-4.1 ;
>>> couldn't be much easier.
>> Well, to be honest, some simple python script, or python-style
>> function with keyword-arguments calling conventions would be much
>> more intuitive.
> If you're talking about syntax matters, then it's a beated horse. Are you
> willing to join the V2-to-Python porting effort?
Do you have any references where I can learn more about this ? I know we
already talked about it in the past, but I have only a very vague idea about
what it actually means.
>> I can't say that I would have thought of the above syntax readily,
>> I have to admit. FWIW.
> The above never caused any confusion with any user. Did you try to read V2
Yes. I'm not saying the language can't be learned, just that it isn't obvious,
and (to me at least) as easy as David made it sound.
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