DragonFly kernel List (threaded) for 2003-09
Re: Fw: new sysinstall
> Hmm, I think discussing which language is better to use will be
> more of a religous discussion than any other. No offense, but
> whatever PHP can achieve, it can also be achieved by Perl,
> Python, Ruby and whatever else is out there; heck, even C++. :-)
and do not forget assembly.
personally, I prefer every scripting language, that is EASILY extendable.
ruby, python, php, tcl are all in this category.
lets agree, that we want a scripting language, not name one!
> Let us just stick with the PHP4 + thttpd/Apache combination.
> My basic reason for supporting it is because it is something
> different and radical from what other BSDs are doing.
php + httpd is somehow cool. it is so different, thus i like it.
i do not like coding in php, but I would most likely not code on the
> Please, do not make a bikeshed out of this followup; it is
> merely my summary of the ``new sysinstall'' discussion. :-)
for a good reference for a bikeshed about programming languages, look at
comp.lang.ruby, thread Python vs. Ruby:
a: Ruby is better, because a ruby smells better than a python.
b: but prepared right, a python is far more delecious.
i think this sums this whole discussion up.