Re: CLOS persistence



D Herring wrote:
Ken wrote:
uh-oh. Has Lisp open software proven that Franz is worth the <gasp> price? [Cue the bolsheviks]

Devil's advocate: Or did overpriced Lisp software and hardware drive a generation of developers to cheaper (free?) alternatives such as C/C++/Perl/Python.

Whose mistake would that be?


Pascal

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