On Wed, Mar 01, 2006 at 03:18:07PM -0500, Garance A Drosehn wrote:
> though I do like to work with multiple computer languages (and
> in fact there is a lot I like about Modula-3), I do think a tool
> such as cvsup needs to be in a more universally-available and
> widely-known language.
I like Modula-3 too (at least conceptually: I haven't found an
excuse to code in it), but not "widely-known" is perhaps even an
understatement. I came across this site the other day:
Which I thought pretty interesting. I noticed that Modula-3
doesn't even make it into the top-100 popular languages, which
puts it below Algol, Oberon, and Modula-2.