Re: ANNOUNCE: Linux Kernel ORB: kORBit
- From: Jamie Lokier <lk tantalophile demon co uk>
- To: Alexander Viro <viro math psu edu>
- Cc: "Mohammad A. Haque" <mhaque haque net>, Ben Ford <ben kalifornia com>, Chris Lattner <sabre nondot org>, linux-kernel vger kernel org, orbit-list gnome org, korbit-cvs lists sourceforge net
- Subject: Re: ANNOUNCE: Linux Kernel ORB: kORBit
- Date: Sat, 9 Dec 2000 11:34:39 +0100
Alexander Viro wrote:
> > It was just an example. Basically, you'd be able to do in with just
> > about any language that has ORBit bindings.
> Yeah... "Infinitely extendable API" and all such. Roughly translated
> as "we can't live without API bloat". Frankly, judging by the GNOME
> codebase people who designed the thing are culturally incompatible with
Agree. I remember a big complaint about Windows was the huge APIs,
compared with Unix' tiny list of syscalls. And then I saw the GNOME
> "KISS is tough" -- programmer Barbie.
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