[E-Lang] dLoo and BlueBox

Dan Moniz dnm@pobox.com
Wed, 11 Jul 2001 14:40:44 -0400


I've been spreading this around all over today:

>Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 10:16:48 -0600
>From: Nathan Torkington <gnat@oreilly.com>
>To: perl6-language@perl.org
>Cc: language-dev@netthink.co.uk
>Subject: dLoo releases peer-to-peer programming language
>
>  >From newsforge:
>
>nile writes, "Today, dLoo released the complete architecture of an
>extensible peer-to-peer programming language. Unlike traditional languages,
>this language is defined on the Internet. Its syntax and semantics can be
>extended by posting additional pieces of the language. As developers add to
>the language it scales in richness and functionality. Programs run in a
>software browser called BlueBox which dynamically downloads and assembles
>the parts of the language as needed. For more information and access to the
>source visit http://www.dloo.org. BlueBox is a community driven project
>released under the GPL."
>http://www.dloo.org/

I haven't taken an in-depth look yet, but it would be interesting to 
compare this and E, especially in terms of security.


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Dan Moniz <dnm@pobox.com> [http://www.pobox.com/~dnm/]