[Mono-list] Wheen someone asks about java...

Alex Graveley alex@ximian.com
12 Jul 2001 19:32:10 -0400


Just found this article about the reality of Java's language neutrality.
It does not point to any technical reason why language neutrality is not
possible in java, but rather attempts to analyse real-world
non-java-the-language java bytecode compiler implementations.


Keep in mind of course that Roger Sessions is strongly tied to
Microsoft, COM, and now .NET on a career-enabling basis. Still
interesting nonetheless.

 make: *** No rule to make target `sense'.  Stop.