|Semantic support for dynamically changing code? email@example.com (1992-05-21)|
|Re: Semantic support for dynamically changing code? firstname.lastname@example.org (1992-05-22)|
|From:||email@example.com (David Banks)|
|Keywords:||code, interpreter, OOP|
|Organization:||Data General Corporation, RTP, NC.|
|Date:||Fri, 22 May 1992 15:30:20 GMT|
Bryan O'Sullivan writes:
>Is anybody aware of languages .. which .. support .. dynamically
>changing code? .. the .. candidates .. seem to be Smalltalk and LISP;
I've been reading a manual for an "object-oriented dynamic language"
called Dylan. The forward says, "... [Dylan] would be more like Lisp than
Smalltalk, except that, like Smalltalk, it would be 'objects all the way
down.'" This language may provide some of the support you are looking for.
The front matter in the manual says additional copies are available from
Apple Computer, 1 Main Street, Cambridge MA 02142. It also says you can
send comments on the manual electronically to
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