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Semantic patching with Coccinelle

Semantic patching with Coccinelle

Posted Jan 22, 2009 6:10 UTC (Thu) by shimei (guest, #54776)
In reply to: Semantic patching with Coccinelle by ncm
Parent article: Semantic patching with Coccinelle

I'm not going to take a side on whether OCaml limits the development base or not, but I don't think it'd be the lack of standardization stopping it in any case. Look at languages like python and ruby (or, *gasp*, PHP) that are quite popular and practical. None of those are standardized in any meaningful way, but they're doing just fine. Then look at a language like Haskell that has standardization and multiple high-quality implementations, but still sits on the sidelines of the software industry.


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