[plt-scheme] MzScheme language stability.

From: Mark Brady (kalath at lycos.com)
Date: Wed Sep 25 13:29:12 EDT 2002

Thanks for the information, it sounds good. I don't mind
changes that aren't too insane to port to and the reason I'm
moving from Python is because I like the advanced features
MzScheme has. Looks like MzScheme is perfect for my needs.

Thanks again,
Mark Brady.


On Wed, 25 Sep 2002 08:59:24  
 Noel Welsh wrote:
>Major versions seem to come out every year or two. 
>The incompatabilities between versions 103 and 203 are
>mainly in the module and macro system.  In my
>experience this involves trivially modifying every
>file, so the problem isn't that bad.  The reasons for
>the incompatabilities, as I see them, are:
>- MzScheme has matured remarkably in that period
>- MzScheme has incorporated several advances in
>programming language technology.
>The second point is the important one.  It's what
>differentiates MzScheme from Java, Python, etc. and
>makes it attractive to people like myself.
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