Re: ConciseXML arguments
----- Original Message ----- From: Rich Salz > It _could_ be suitable for ALL applications. > Is the Water compiler/interpreter written in water? Yes -- there is still some bootstrapping code in a low-level language (Java), but that could be easily replaced. >Would you want to write a window manager, operating system, or database in >Water? Absolutely. The object-oriented capability security model would be a good start for a secure operating system. Did I also mention, Water can be used as a shell programming language. >Assuming the answer to at least some of the above is no, then perhaps you >want to restate your goal with less marketing sheen and more technical >accuracy? The answers were all yes. _Mike Plusch
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