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Re: ConciseXML arguments

programming language ancestory
No, Water is not related to Waterken (other
than both use the capability security model).
Here's a graphic showing the ancestory. (not mine)
I'm just saying that Water _could_ potentially
be used for building secure systems.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 3:26 PM
Subject: Re: ConciseXML arguments

Mike Plusch wrote:
>>Would you want to write a window manager, operating system, or
> database in
> 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.

Now I'm totally confused. If Water is OO capability-secure then does
that imply some relationship to _Waterken_?

  Paul Prescod


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