What do you write your dream programming language?



  • Hello, please help me with this problem: there's a great Clojure language, and he's fine with me in everything but

    1. Realtime tasks - I wish to work directly with memory, or suggest how this could be avoided without crutches in Java.
    2. inline assembler

    If you don't write anything from scratch on a pure assembler (it's how many laborersatrates) please indicate the ready means to achieve the desired goal of writing a Clojure clon with a blank and two vitally important plugs listed above. Is it wise to use either LLVM as a basis or to use the Common Lisp, which will be recommended by comrades?



  • You're not the only one. Now, two projects from one author just came up: something like a simple submarine of Common Lisp with good interoperability with C and a functional crypt language for S-code. The origins are well-designed, read nice.

    http://github.com/chameco/Shade http://github.com/chameco/Solid

    Look at this thing again, but she's paying and Lasp's skills for her inconsistency-- http://www.beelisp.com/ I suspect that the author's hit her, there's no news since 2011.

    But the simple thing is, you won't do anything close to what thousands of people have been working for thousands of hours. Take some Common Lisp for the Winds and welcome. Or Chicken/Bigloo Scheme. If there's no problem with money, buy a Corman Common Lisp for $250, just take it that he hasn't developed since 2006 and the author even stumbled about the discovery of the source. It is true that since then, there has been a lot of water, and the author has never heard the spirit. Wait.

    I wouldn't mind if I were you. I have a strong suspicion that productivity problems are a consequence of poor programming, not a bad language. C+++ could write a program that would work 10 times slower on JavaScript.



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