[Trisquel-users] Sentient code: An inside look at Stephen Wolfram's utterly new, insanely ambitious computational paradigm

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Mon Dec 2 16:05:36 CET 2013


OK, well, that's terrible. I'm skeptical of it causing something apocalyptic.  
Anyone who uses a language that only has a proprietary compiler or  
interpreter likely wasn't going to release their own source code. Other than  
that, unusually easy to use programming methods that happen to be based on  
proprietary software already exist; it's just that they're used for  
developing games.

If this language turns out to be extremely popular (in the way the  
aforementioned game development tools did), someone will end up working on a  
free replacement for it, just like any other popular proprietary software.


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