On Mon, Sep 04, 2006 at 12:18:30AM +0900, David Vallner wrote:
> 
> And another point is that quite a few Ruby frameworks do come to 
> defining a domain-specific language in Ruby - cf. Og data definition, 
> Puppet, rake. There's a (maybe not quite fine) line between a very 
> specific framework and a DSL that just gets crossed, and I don't believe 
> rubyists are the innocents to throw the first stone.

There's a distinct difference between a subset of an already extant
language and an entirely separate language with its own idiomatic
syntax.

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