Wed Jul 5 16:07:20 CEST 2017
I've been following your thread about wxErlang with some interest. It
occurs to me that part of the reason that OO became so associated with
pathological sharing of state is the fact that the main use case for OO
initially was building UI's which are inherently extremely stateful. Of
course, that's a somewhat 1/2 baked assertion--not based on evidence or
At any rate, I look forward to hearing what you've found out about wxErlang!
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