On 1-okt-2007, at 23:08, John Joyce wrote:

> I think one of the reasons it took off so well is that its syntax  
> is very C-like so many computer science grads feel right at home  
> with it after being taught C/C++/Java for so long. It takes less of  
> a leap for them to start using it than would Perl or Ruby.

The reason it took off is mod_php, and I am kind of dreaming about  
something similar for Ruby. Like a mod_ruby2 where the interpreter  
spaces are divided per request.
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