Using scripting languages for KDE4 main modules
boud at valdyas.org
Sun Oct 1 12:11:16 BST 2006
On Sunday 01 October 2006 12:57, Guillaume Laurent wrote:
> Yes, but for non-basic apps which can be written in a scripting language,
> it's better if they are all written in the same one, so we can limit both
> memory usage and dependencies to a single binding.
In an ideal world, yes, perhaps. But we don't have that luxury: I much prefer
having the necessary applications written at all to not having them written
because the person who has time & inclination to do something cannot stomach
There is a large class of applications for which it is silly to use anything
as time consuming as C++: that class includes all applications that can make
do with standard widgets, that don't have to do complex painting.
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