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comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
There's a fourth option: parser combinators.
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comment Will Java catch up with C#?
Nobody is talking about replication, but C# has some essential features that Java is just considering implementing NOW (like lambdas, which are emulated with an ugly object implementation).
Aug
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comment Will Java catch up with C#?
@JoshK you'd rather fill it with ; and }, right? LISP seems to use a lot of parenthesis because every function use them, and you nest a lot of functions in it.
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awarded  Critic
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comment Do I lose anything by coding in c# and using free online vb.net code convertors?
I don't think it should make much of a difference. VB.NET and C# are built on top of the same platform and object model. You should be able to use code from one on the other without much of a problem.
Jun
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revised Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice in C ( in Python? )
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comment Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice in C ( in Python? )
Well, PyGame is more oriented for 2D graphics. There is also Python-Ogre, which is not as mature as Pygame, but is also quite good.
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revised Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice in C ( in Python? )
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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awarded  Editor
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revised Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice in C ( in Python? )
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answered Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice in C ( in Python? )
Jun
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comment Licensing a JavaScript library
You could link to the license. I think it's a valid approach, and it wouldn't be really heavy.
Jun
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comment Licensing a JavaScript library
You can include the license as a comment inside your code (MIT is sufficiently small for that).
Jun
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comment Licensing a JavaScript library
You cannot "close" the source, indeed. But how do you feel about your library being used inside a proprietary software with a proprietary license? If you feel bad, go with GPL. If you don't care, MIT (or WTFPL, as @Zirak suggested).
Jun
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comment Licensing a JavaScript library
That depends. Do you want people to be able to redistribute a modified version of it with closed source or with other license (in this case, you use BSD License or MIT), or do you want it to be irrevocably open source (in this case, use GPL or LGPL)?
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answered iOS: Versioned static frameworks vs Git Submodules and included code