Ruby, Java, Lisp, Io, JRuby. Programming language archeology, creation and discovery.
måndag, september 10, 2007
But still, there are seriously nice things there:
Classes (the classic kind), packages and namespaces
Generators and iterators
A real numeric tower
Optional static typing
The end result is that JS2 will look much more like Java, but pack greater power in many ways. I wouldn't say that I agree about JS2 being the NBL, but we're still talking some nice innovation here.