Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:30056] Re: Ruby/Python: Software Engineering"
    on 02/01/03, Quentin Crain <nanotech / europa.com> writes:

|   Methodologies and Tools exist independently; completely.

This statement is misleading.

I feel like methodologies belongs diffrent level of abstraction.
Languages (and their features) are tools, and software engineering and
methodologies are how to use tools.

If you didn't use the terms like "software engineering" or
"methodologies", things were far easier.  Are you interested
particularly in those terms?  Or what language characteristics
help you write better code?

							matz.