In message <9bbcef730710300648s4a4162a9x25e5a092111eaab9@mail. gmail.com>, "Ivan
Voras" writes:

>I think the more advanced examples here: http://wiki.freebsd.org/K are
>sufficiently diverged from C to make them ugly


That page represents a SoC project which was didn't much suit my taste
for language development, but which nontheless was kind of inspiring.

>I think the context of my quote was in favour of this, as long as the
>language remains standard.


But then again, what exactly is "standard" in this context ?

C99 ? or style(9) ?

We already use a C-diallect, all I'm proposing is giving it more
theeth so it can help us.

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