Alan Cox <email@example.com>:
> > As long as it will still work with a minimum development environment (no
> > TCL, TK, perl, or X). I still have to think whether I put lex/yacc on the 486,
> > I just don't remember...
> Python does dynamic binding with a lot of stuff. That means its relatively
> easy to try and load gtk, fail, try and load tk, fail and go back to command
Easy and working, as the 0.1.2 beta of CML2 demonstrates.
It's possible to do this in other scripting languages, but only just --
you'd have to go through strange contortions with dynamically-generated
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