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Original date:2021-01-24 21:19:31 Edited by: katsmeow Subject: Re: Is Phix the new de facto standard for Eu programmers?

It might be that the features some people want aren't compatable with the vision of those who can manage the complex system of converting the source into exw.exe. Even the way of writing the feature is debated. How it happens, when it happens, the reach of the results, modifications, etc etc.. Rather than a feature just coming into being, it simply does not, or does so not as the one asking for it envisioned it. Offering money for a feature might get it added to your personal version, not carried into the next version, not supported. Everyone is disillusioned, the language becomes static, you best luck is it isn't full of bugs when the devs run away from it. If it does what you want, fine. If you need to work with the rest of the world, you don't use it. I don't believe any computer programming language will ever have all my wishlist, and i don't have a clue why programmers would not want a language that is as versatile and extensible as the programs they themselves write. But that is the way it is, and you cannot change it. You can possibly start your own language.

Kat

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