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Re: Lucent Technologies & Sun Microsystems



>What we might see is Java used on the client side and Limbo used on the
>server side. It's really the power of Inferno (e.g., real-time
>compatible GC, Namespace, etc.) that is the revolution. Any compatible
>language on top of Inferno is fine.
>-- 
>Ian Bruce
>ianbruce@lucent.com

Isn't GC a property of Limbo, rather than inferno per se?  Or is the
GC used by the inferno kernel too ?

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