Also, the market doesn't need it. If you want decent programming
languages without parentheses for web development, you can use Python
or Ruby. Dumbing down Scheme is like parenthesizing-up Python. Almost
nobody needs it.
On Monday, 24 de April de 2006 22:12, Shawn Rutledge wrote:
A side project is how to get rid of the parentheses so that ordinary
people can tolerate writing Scheme.
Getting rid of parenthesis is dangerous, people may forget that while writting
Scheme programs you are doing it as Scheme data and that programs are no more
than a tree (build up with cons... lists if you like).
I believe the best thing is to teach the language, not to bend it to fits
someone's mind. That kind be done by making conferences in Linux and