Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 15th Apr 2003 17:14 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews A few days ago we featured an interview with one of Fink's project leaders regarding their package management solution which breeds more Unix software to MacOSX. Today, we host an interview with Jordan Hubbard regarding the DarwinPorts, speaking for the DarwinPorts Team which a similar effort to bring more Unix software on Mac OS X. Jordan is currently working at Apple and OpenDarwin (while many will know Jordan as the FreeBSD co-founder).
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by RJW on Tue 15th Apr 2003 18:43 UTC

Why do you care what RMS says? He even later recanted his initial criticisms, but the damage was already done. The reason for including Tcl is likely because it's designed to be embedded in applications; Python is not. Tcl is simple. You don't need bells and whistles for something like this. End users need never see the language that's being used, so does it really make a big difference?