|author||Melody Horn <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2021-03-07 04:12:25 -0700|
|committer||Melody Horn <email@example.com>||2021-03-07 04:12:25 -0700|
reject snek, embrace oxidation
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# the Hope system
-Hope is a Python framework (and maybe someday an operating system) for implementing node graph based computing with the actor model.
+Hope is a Rust framework (and maybe someday an operating system) for implementing node graph based computing with the actor model.
-## why Python?
+## why Rust?
-it's what i know, and i wanted to make damn sure it has a usable GUI, and those are a nightmare to build in Rust.
-and i don't actually know any of the languages that are designed around the actor model.
+well, originally, i was going to write it in Python, because Tkinter is way better than anything Rust has.
+but unfortunately, Python doesn't actually support multithreading, which for a project like this is a dealbreaker.
## why node graphs?
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the Hope system is released under the terms of the [Anti-Capitalist Software License](https://anticapitalist.software) v1.4.
if you would like to use this under another license, contact me.
+## what's the version history
+the Hope system uses Pedantic Versioning: every new release is a new major version.