easier now for languages to target CLR?

  • with all of microsoft's recent paintings on open-sourcing the .net framework and roslyn, is it getting any less difficult or greater appealing for brand new programming languages to target the clr?https://speedtest.vet/

    the jvm is a first-class piece of engineering, and it has traditionally enjoyed extra trade languages that target it: clojure, groovy, scala, etc.

    but evidently over the last few years, the clr team has found out from the jvm's mistakes (and taken advantage of oracle's slow improvement), and has continued to aggressively develop the runtime, giving us:

    closures

    coroutines

    fee sorts

    pointer assist

    so with those enhancements (and with the professional help of os x and linux as .net systems), do you suspect we will see extra languages concentrated on the clr within the future?

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