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Re: Rather, DSSLs increase modularity, productivity
>The universe of the scripting language and the universe of the
>non-scripting language. In Dylan, the difference is blurry to
>non-existent. "Script" code is just regular code without type annotations,
>whereas "non-script" code has those annotations.
>If I look at all the python scripts I've written, nearly ALL of them could
>have been written in a statically-typed language. Python is extremely
>dynamic, but I've rarely needed to use that power. But that's just my
I'm not a Python expert, just a casual user. But I don't see why
someone couldn't add (optional) type declarations to Python, with
Dylan-ish semantics. Then you could do Dylan-style compilation and get
better performance for your Python.