built-in scripting languages

"Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik" ruskie at mages.ath.cx
Mon Jan 22 23:33:33 CET 2007

> Also realize that though _you_ may not be directly using this
> hypothetical scripting language, it is more than likely that one or
> more of the standard apps that ship with the phone will be using it,
> and that other 3rd party software that you may or may not install may
> also be using it.

Yes I was talking about myself directly in this case as an example.

Let me rephrase then. Have it defined as a standard-optional component that
can be used. But isn't installed by default. Won't ipkg have dependency
resolution etc?

So have official/unofficial packages that handle the major scripting
languages. That way it's possible to have any scripting language used.

[OT]As for other software I'll probably be using a lot of it when I get a
Neo with wifi. Reason being that it would help me be connected to the net
basicaly anywhere I would go. Be it on-site at a client or attending class
or at home etc... Before that though I already have two cell phones that
don't have wifi so I won't be spending any more on such devices. I am a
geek but I like functional things so a cell phone without wifi is atm to me
Please don't comment on this nor point me to the questions and answers I
understand the reasons behind it.[/OT]

Andraž "ruskie" Levstik
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