On Sun, Jul 4, 2010 at 7:26 PM, Eleanor McHugh
<eleanor / games-with-brains.com> wrote:
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> I still find myself missing Ruby conveniences such as proper exception handling and first-class meta-programming support, but it's a remarkably productive language compared to C(++) or Java. It's also got a nice simple testing framework that includes benchmarking support which I may port to Ruby at some point - it's much simpler than all the TDD/BDD tools (which is probably why I like it).
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> There are a couple of Scheme implementations in Go which might fit the needs of your editor, but if they don't then let me know and I'll see if the GoLightly Scheme can be turned into a scripting engine.

Will do :) Trying to decide between OCaml and Go right now for the core engine.

martin