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SuggestionCompiler/syntax checker with add-on functionality Pin
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Generalnew syntax / new semantics Pin
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D4rkTrick wrote:
He talks about functions, that should tell in their head, if
they can return NULL (like Java does with exception). Because of that, he wrote
a totally new language.
Sounds like overkill; and when encoding too much information in a name you get more unreadable code.

My user-code could adhere to the same principle, I do not see what value the change to the language has (is it the language, or rather the framework? Sounds more like the latter one where somebody thinks his naming is 'better')

I also do not see how this would work in practice; it may change code unintentionally whenever someone downloads a new 'keyword'. How would that affect code that's already compiled?

I think the amount of actual keywords is limited, and the bulk of extensions will be done in usercode, using plugins. As for language-extensibility, I'm happy with the current .NET runtime; new keywords are defined (!) for each version, and they are consistent - with the added option to define your own language for the runtime, and the ability to extend the syntactic sugar using either a plugin for your IDE, or adding 'aspects' Smile | :)
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