Sean Middleditch wrote:


> Well, face it - if Microsoft OS's become *totally* dependent on .NET
> technology, Ruby will not be used on that platform with .NET
> compatibility.
> 
> This is the path MS wants, and the one they are likely to get.  Unless a
> *really* big problem unforseen by anyone working on a .NET
> implementation arises that makes .NET unusable, MS *will* get .NET put
> everywhere they can.  Playing with them and 90% of the world, will
> require .NET.
> 
> Or some really ugly SOAP hacks... ~,^


What do you propose? Ruby is not dependent on M$, and thus doesn't have 
to act like it would be.

Tobi


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