Using scripting languages for KDE4 main modules
coolo at kde.org
Tue Oct 3 16:08:37 BST 2006
Am Dienstag, 3. Oktober 2006 16:41 schrieb Benjamin Meyer:
> I vote for LISP and then you can make your Ruby or Python in it....
> Seriously why does it have to be one? Why can't we support whatever we
> want and time will determine what is used.
Because it's a pain to maintain a binding, to document how to write apps in
it. It's requiring additional dependencies if you require X bindings for a
So while we want to support non-C++ development, we want one excellent binding
and I doubt we'll get one excellent one if we don't concentrate on one in the
core. That doesn't mean other bindings will stop to exist.
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