[Dev] Excellent Security Kernel Paper

Ashley Yakeley ashley at semantic.org
Sat Nov 2 17:42:47 PST 2002


At 2002-11-02 13:35, Paul Snively wrote:

>To the extent that Python is 
>a (somewhat crippled) lambda language, it should be relatively 
>straightforward to map from the concepts in the paper to a Python 
>implementation.

You should consider using a proper functional language such as Haskell 
(or even the untyped Scheme they use in the paper).

I've been writing CGI programs that access an RDF repository using 
Scheme-based templates. The CGI programs themselves are written in 
Haskell. See <http://soupserver.sourceforge.net/template/>.

-- 
Ashley Yakeley, Seattle WA




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