[erlang-questions] F# and Nemerle
Fri Sep 29 14:46:19 CEST 2006
Also, the very active Russian group of Nemerle enthusiasts have said that
they would like to introduce lightweight concurrency to Nemerle as well,
probably in the form of active objects.
See this message
Russian). It says the following:
Erlang is next on our agenda after integrating Nemerle into Visual Studio.
That is, we are going to try and implement the idea of concurrency. However,
it's a wiser to implement active objects in hybrid languages rather than
On 9/29/06, ke han <> wrote:
> These language are interesting...nemerle is more like scala than
> erlang. I read the recent paper on scala attempts to handle erlang
> style concurrency. If they are successful, thats a big step. I
> haven't seen anything from nemerle on handling concurrency as a first
> class language _and_ VM behavior as done in erlang...nermerle and
> erlang are two very different animals so far as I can see.
> ke han
> On Sep 29, 2006, at 7:07 PM, Nick Linker wrote:
> > Jay Nelson wrote:
> >> Anyone had experience using either of these languages on .NET with
> >> Visual Studio? How about on mono? Are they stable enough for real
> >> work? Did you find any advantages or disadvantages in using them?
> >> jay
> > There is group of Nemerle users in Russian Software Developer Network.
> > Accordingly to their words, Nemerle is the most advanced language
> > ever. :-)
> > There is significant progress in the work over the Nemerle plugin for
> > Visual Studio. You can look at the small report about the plugin
> > abilities at http://rsdn.ru/forum/Message.aspx?mid=2056038&only=1. The
> > language is russian, but the page contains a number of screenshots,
> > so I
> > think you probably will not have problems with understanding.
> > Otherwise,
> > I could translate it to you, if you will need.
> > Mono is primordial platform for the developers of Nemerle, so there
> > shouldn't be any problems with it.
> > The core is stable, but in standard macros there are number of little
> > issues, although the issues are being fixed quite fast.
> > Best regards,
> > Nick.
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