Date's "Tutorial D" in Dylan? 
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 Date's "Tutorial D" in Dylan?

Some time ago I read Date and Darwen's  "Foundation for
Object-Relational Databases,  The Third Manifesto".  In it, they discuss
a "toy" language called "Tutorial D" as an illustration and explanation
of the concepts being propounded.

Now, having had a brief look at Dylan, it seems that Dylan would be an
ideal language in which to implement "Tutorial D", and all the required
supporting constructs, typing issues etc.

Has anybody looked into this?  Are there any hidden gotchas? Are Date
and Darwen themselves barking up the wrong tree?

What sort of database support is currently available in Dylan?

so many questions, so little time,

gary



Thu, 15 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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