On Aug 17, 7:34 am, ashishwave <ashishw... / gmail.com> wrote:
> ruby integrates power of functional programming from lisp , purest OO
> from smalltalk, prototype oriented power from self etc etc into one
> single language
>
> i just was wondering that whether the heavy developers/users of
> reactive languages like kanaputs or reactive-C etc will ever get
> reactive features in ruby.
>
> in kanaputs, If the variable 'c' is defined as  c = a + b; and if the
> reactivity of 'c' is set (c.reactive = true;), then each time the
> value of 'a' or 'b' changes then the value of 'c' is updated as the
> result of the addition

That's interesting --a form of rational programming (like Prolog).

But I think it is far outside the scope of Ruby's design.

T.