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SubjectRe: What if?
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Kyle Moffett <mrmacman_g4@mac.com> said:
> On Dec 04, 2004, at 19:23, Horst von Brand wrote:
> > ... And pointless, you'd just get Linux as it stands
> > today, and loose many current developers (due to unfamiliarity with
> > C++).

> Personally, the reason _I_ hate C++ is that I got tired of having to
> learn the obtuse combinations of symbols and excess keywords necessary to
> bludgeon my favorite refcount and memory management systems into the C++
> objects. It just wasn't worth the effort when I could write equivalent,
> better, and easier to read code in C.

C++ is sufficiently not C that for such it is probably best to just
redesign the systems. Well done it is probably more elegant than C, but to
get there is a _lot_ of work.
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