Issue #10273 has been updated by 11 22.


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Feature #10273: Immutable Ruby
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/10273#change-53332

* Author: Atlas Prime
* Status: Open
* Priority: Normal
* Assignee: 
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I watched Matz recent keynote about the future of Ruby. I wonder if Ruby can become an immutable language? That could be expedited by a port of Clojure's immutable types. Then add concurrency and distributed computing (perhaps modeled after Erlang). That surely would be a-ma-zing!

Yet, I am not sure how well OOP can mix with this. But if it can be figuredout, I think it would be worth it --more than anything else I can conceiveof for a Ruby 3.0. Of course, this is also a HUGE change.




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