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>>>>> Klaus Schilling writes: KS> Gordon Matzigkeit writes: >> I'm happy to say that there is now a GPLed next-generation, >> reflexive, syntax-independent language: >> http://pliant.cams.ehess.fr/ KS> How much will that alter the development of GUSH? I like Scheme better than Pliant's default syntax. GUSH will remain written in Guile, but I simply refuse to use SCM-based Guile: I want to use a reflexive, Pliant-based Guile. My first real Pliant application will be to embed it into GRUB, the GRand Unified Bootloader. Then, I intend to port more and more Gush features to GRUB by building up layers of Guile on top of Pliant. Pliant is my answer to libffi, G-Wrap, and RScheme. I'm happy to find a GPLed solution that incorporates all these things, making room for a stable base for Guile, and eliminating the need for me to write any of my future applications in C: I can use ``Pliant Guile''. -- Gordon Matzigkeit <firstname.lastname@example.org> //\ I'm a FIG (http://www.fig.org/) Committed to freedom and diversity \// I use GNU (http://www.gnu.org/)