jidatlah at sandyvalley.net
Wed Mar 10 20:12:25 CET 2004
Mike Nordell wrote:
> Finally: I'm in no way supporting a _switch_ to C++. That would be a quite
>large effort, with just a questionable end-result and the potential to
>alienate people not knowing C++. That said, I'm also not against letting
>people use what they feel more comfortable with, and produces best
>(maintainable) result with.
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Not to be a complete dick ,but come on. If I am more comfortable
writing my stuff in assembler, then C should I be allowed to do so?
I mean to me it is maintainable and produces the best results as my code
is all that it output. But what happens when I get tried of taking care
of all the stuff I wrote?
Someone else has to do it or redo all my work. In a large project like
ReactOS I would dare say that to commingle code of different languages
is a bad idea(in the core).
Now for drivers that would be up to their writers as you can write
drivers in just about any language that will do stdcall(AFAIK).
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