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Re^4: Tiny Frameworks

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 30, 2007 at 15:49 UTC ( #641775=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Tiny Frameworks
in thread Tiny Frameworks

I am not trying to argue with you, I knew that you would insist. We are all human, and he have your face just like everyone.

Put in this way, I certainly have never seen a framework like this before, and didn't feel any compassion towards it.

Remember whether that is framework is not for you to say, obviously you can fight back "it's not for you to say either." If you think that way, fair enough, and I am not try to discourage you or anything, you are an over-average Perl programmer, and I respect that. However at this point, you didn't strike me as someone who is qualified to provide a framework.

To gain some XP points ;-? this is certainly a fine idea, but not as a framework, not even a tiny framework.

Again, you can sleep on the question "what's framework?". Again, I tell you, this is a different animal than all the frameworks that I have seen, and it is merely a hack for Perlian superclass, which is not even needed in modern lauguages. This brings us back to another recent post here about CPAN and the Ruby repository, no wonder CPAN is big...

Oh I remember that you were managing some Perl 6 stuff, don\t know whether you are still doing it. If so, please spend more time and focus on that, since I am not seeing much progress. Cheers.</p


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