How about a Dylan/Tk? 
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 How about a Dylan/Tk?

The flamefest going on in comp.lang.tcl (RE: why is tcl a bad thing)
has been pretty interesting. Lots of folks are arguing for a more
powerfull scripting language (e.g. scheme ala STk, python, etc.)

Seems to me that a wiring up Tk to a Dylan interpreter would make
a way cool scripting language. Has anyone thought of doing this?

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Wed, 02 Apr 1997 07:14:00 GMT  
 How about a Dylan/Tk?

The flamefest going on in comp.lang.tcl (RE: why is tcl a bad thing)
has been pretty interesting. Lots of folks are arguing for a more
powerfull scripting language (e.g. scheme ala STk, python, etc.)

Seems to me that a wiring up Tk to a Dylan interpreter would make
a way cool scripting language. Has anyone thought of doing this?

---
Warren Strange     Sun Microsystems of Canada, Inc.
                   260, 112 4th Ave, S.W.
                   Calgary, Alberta
                   T2P 0H3
                   (403) 262-0512 Fax (403) 266-4121    



Wed, 02 Apr 1997 04:14:16 GMT  
 
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 Relevant Pages 

1. archives of info-dylan/comp.lang.dylan available

2. Dylan vs DyLan

3. (fwd) harlequin's dylan-corba mailing list switching to MIT's info-dylan

4. lazy.dylan 0.1 -- add ML/Scheme-style lazy evaluation to Dylan

5. Dylan and Java [was: Harlequin Dylan - Update]

6. Dylan Programming Book and Apple Dylan

7. Dylan, guys, Dylan.

8. Dylan is the Name was(Re: Dylan (Bob) eats rotten Apple (Computer))

9. Dylan alternative (was Dylan complexity)

10. Sudden interest in Dylan/Dylan should be open.

11. c.l.dylan overlap with Dylan mailing lists?

12. Dylan, guys, Dylan.

 

 
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