[tor-dev] TorPylle: a Python/Scapy TOR protocol implementation
brandon at blanu.net
Thu Jul 25 15:40:27 UTC 2013
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 10:23 AM, Damian Johnson <atagar at torproject.org>wrote:
> > (What I'm *not* thrilled about is the idea of using an embedded
> > interpreter for this kind of stuff, or embarking on any direction that
> > requires us to rewrite too much of the program at once. That way, in
> > my opinion, lies long-term destabilization.)
> Understandable, though doesn't avoiding an interpreter drop most
> modern languages from consideration (and any sandboxing an interpreter
> would provide)? What did you have in mind instead?
I would like to point out the existence of some modern, high-level,
compiled languages. For instance: Haskell, OCaml, and Go.
> Cheers! -Damian
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