May 28, 2009
Andrei Alexandrescu Wrote:

> Second, there is no regard to language integration. Bartosz says syntax doesn't matter and that he's flexible, but what that really means is that no attention has been paid to language integration. There is more to language integration than just syntax (and then even syntax is an important part of it).

It's not that bad. I actually wrote the examples in D and then replaced !() with angle brackets to make it readable to non-D programmers.

BTW, Scala doesn't use angle brackets. It uses square brackets [] for template arguments and parens () for array access. Interesting choice.