[Haskell-cafe] Investing in languages
jerzy.karczmarczuk at unicaen.fr
Sat Jul 14 22:33:29 UTC 2018
Le 14/07/2018 à 17:28, Paul ["aquagnu"]a écrit :
> By the way, Haskell role was to kill SML community, sure it is sad to
> acknowledge it, but it’s 100% true...
Could you please cite some */serious/* source supporting this claim?
> And IMHO there was some lazy dialect of ML (may be, I’m not right).
LML of Lennart Augustsson and Thomas Johnsson, 1984 ("LISP and
Functional Programming"). It came before Miranda (1985)...
If you are not certain, read something, please...
> Smalltalk was good language (*mostly dead*, except Pharo, which looks
Well, Squeak is alive, its "children": Scratch, Snap, etc, as well.
Pharo is a fork of Squeak as well.
The European Smalltalk User Group organizes in September quite a big
conference in Cagliari.
It seems that you are exaggerating a bit, killing all the languages you
have heard [a little...] about...
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