Thu Mar 3 10:29:01 CET 2005
At 03:47 2005-03-03, David Hopwood wrote:
>Joe Armstrong (AL/EAB) wrote:
>> OMG anyone?
>> Some quotes from the amazing Meta-Object Facility Specification
>> available at
>Here's an analogy that may help to explain why this is silly:
> "We've designed a language X for writing compilers. What language
> should we implement the compiler for X in? I know -- let's design
> another language Y specifically to do that. It will have a 358-page
> spec, but won't be expressive enough to do anything useful other than
> write a compiler for X."
>David Hopwood <david.nospam.hopwood@REDACTED>
On the first course at Uppsala Uni' we had to implement Lisp in Lisp. ( Fun! )
It took one page with comments... not very advanced since it only took one
page I guess.
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