Kaspar Schiess wrote:

> 
>>I don't know Ruby.
>>
>>Basicly I would like to do everything in C++.
>>
>>But development must go quicker.
> 
> 
> give me mixed feelings about what to answer you. Yes, Ruby possibly 
> supports a great many of the things you mention, but if it does not, that 
> would be the time to learn Ruby and build some things yourself. That's 
> the way it works - you can't demand things to be built. Some of us are in 
> on this on daytime jobs, but most of us do this for free - so the phrase 
> 'developement must go quicker' is really useless. 

Kaspar,

I agree with most of what you say here.

I think however that when he said "development must go quicker" he meant
that his own development must be quicker than he can manage in C++ (hence
the interest in Ruby).


Cheers,
Hal