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[REBOL] Re: low level language features comparison?

From: rishioswal:y:ahoo at: 6-May-2002 16:28

> Also I read somewhere that Python and Perl are > moving away from stack > based principle or so, to become more faster ... > --------- >
I think you are referring to Parrot. I am not to familiar with it..but it is some sort of unified backend for perl, python, ruby..etc.. It sounds very similar to Tao/AmigaDE virtual processor technology. I have also been wondering... since it seems other languages are going in this direction (.net, tao, parrot).. is rebol stuck with stack implementation? Hypothetical case.. something like TAO takes off and is on every platform.. scripting languages can be implemented specifically for it (non-least common denominator approach).. yet have perfect portability. Could a language like rebol be implemented in these type of architectures?? Just wondering.. rishi