Re: Time to rethink ifupdown
martin f krafft <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Python (and any language that depends on vast amounts of installed
>> infrastructure) seems a bit dodgy for a core low-level facility.
> It's a great language to develop stuff at a moderate speed.
It may well be (kinda ugly though) -- but that doesn't mean it's
appropriate for a core system facility, which often needs to work even
when the system is in a degraded state.
`...the Soviet Union was sliding in to an economic collapse so comprehensive
that in the end its factories produced not goods but bads: finished products
less valuable than the raw materials they were made from.' [The Economist]