TOPIC: Notes of a Suneido Novice
#688
Notes of a Suneido Novice 3 Years, 6 Months ago
As suggested by Andrew I have started a page on the Wiki where I will list my observations and discoveries while evaluating Suneido. It will be added to as time permits.

To an experienced Suneido developer my points may be obvious, but coming from Delphi, most of the points required me to think differently. In some cases experimentation or careful re-reading of the documentation was necessary to come to an understanding.

Hope someone finds it useful.

Post edited by: smpcs, at: 2007/02/12 04:40
 
 
Scotty
 
#690
Re:Notes of a Suneido Novice 3 Years, 6 Months ago
Thanks! Looks good. I added a few notes.
 
 
andrew
 
#696
Re:Notes of a Suneido Novice 3 Years, 6 Months ago
The extra notes are helpful. I hadn't realised there was the s[index] syntax for strings - that is very convenient. The difference in the base index is easy to adjust to.

(Of course, any comments I make along the lines about "this is different from Delphi" are not meant to imply that Delphi is better, just an observation for the benefit of any Delphi reader.)
 
 
Scotty
 
#698
Re:Notes of a Suneido Novice 3 Years, 6 Months ago
I did not take the comments as critical. Every language / system has its strengths and weaknesses. Delphi is a strong product with a lot of resources behind it. I would be very surprised if it did not do some things better than Suneido.
 
 
andrew
 
#708
Re:Notes of a Suneido Novice 3 Years, 6 Months ago
Have added to Notes of a Suneido Novice in the Wiki a comparison of a simple class written in Delphi and then the same class translated to Suneido.
 
 
Scotty