Still thinking lala about programming languages. Why do we store them as plain text and not in a database?


You could even hold old versions of functions and expressions in the database.

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@hopeless Is primitive. Very primitive. Still useful for projects today, but could you imagine us using it in one hundred years time?

@Havvy ...git is quite deep... and it has the advantage it exists and is very robust.

Our descendents will probably work with systems fundamentally different, requiring new approaches, and would laugh at our quaint ideas from the stone age, same as 1920 computing arrangements are not useful today.

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