|In reply to Comment 65 (Adam Kowalczyk):|
Uhmmmm, maybe that's why the rest of the industry is going the route
of the developer platform part of .net?
Lets' see now. There is the CLI...Common Language Infastructure, the
CTS... Common Type system, the CIL .... Common Intermediate Language
(bytecode?), the VES... Virtual Execution System, etc...
Pretty much spelling out....use what ever language you want to write
your programs in, run them thru the CLI to produce a CIL bytecode of
your program and to run on the VES on whatever platform you have a VES
application written in a specific language -> convert to common language
and placed in bytecode form -> run on Virtual execution system.
And it gets better than that too, you can mix objects objects written in
Duh? you want links to the ECMA details?