[Computer-go] CGOS future

Igor Polyakov weiqiprogramming at gmail.com
Fri Apr 3 00:21:17 PDT 2015


C++ is not simple at all. It's probably the biggest language out there 
with the most caveats.

On 2015-04-03 0:13, folkert wrote:
> Please write it in something common.
> If you target linux I think it is unusual to target .net.
> Why not just c++? Proven technology, simple to write in.
>
> On Thu, Apr 02, 2015 at 09:02:09PM -0400, Joshua Shriver wrote:
>> BTW I greatly appreciate all the input! and put in TODO.txt
>>
>> Since I do plan to make this open source and ON github.
>>
>> Guess I'm looking for "helper developers"
>>
>> I own like 12 servers so can host, while keeping the solid boardspace in tact.
>>
>>
>> In fact I just bought 2 more servers, 1 real 1 replication.
>>
>> Again I'm curios of language??
>>
>> I'm top at C/Perl for "real contimplation"
>>
>> BTW I am a Linux guy true and true since 1994.  But I am DAMN tempted
>> to write it in C#. Especially w/ MS OSS .Net framework. WE always had
>> mono but right now. That is where I am REALLY leaning.
>>
>> I don't even know C#,  but good at JAVA despite my hatred for the language lol.
>>
>> My goal is to move away from interpreted languages and release SOLID
>> .exe or bin for unices.
>>
>> Client viewer, client host for engine.
>>
>>
>> Seriously I am ok now, financially, and my hobby projects are mature.
>> I have time to REALLY drive in and make CGOS what it deserves. But
>> again it needs a pure re-write lol
>>
>>
>> BTW as the future maintainer, given any/all emails that come from this
>> thread. I ALSO appreciate emails from people recommending people.
>>
>> It's easy to get 20+ ppl saying OMG I want to help.  But I need at
>> least 1-2 more core devs outside me, especially if I'm working in a
>> language outside my zone.
>>
>> So I also ask fellow devs to post comments on what language you think
>> would be good for now/future prospects.
>>
>>
>> -Josh
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> Folkert van Heusden
>




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