Conflict in Styles
All of the computer languages that I like have nested scopes — a hierarchical tree like structure for the top level syntax.
I feel that the hierarchical nature of scopes is my friend.
But when I design objects for Keykos I feel good that there is no status in location.
It is not where you live but what caps you hold that entirely determines your status or privilege.
I need to resolve this conflict.
This contrast should lead to useful ideas crossing the bridge.
Can you imagine a language without a tree like hierarchy?
A program would amount to many small units most initially endowed with references to a few others.
This does not feel promising to me even though it is how Keykos is and other cap platforms are designed.
I am missing something!