I have an idea for a new .NET language (Octave.net — open version of MATLAB running on .net).
This would be a language built on the DLR. But, the more important point is that it would improve support
for scientific/engineering applications by supporting MATLAB style multi-dimension arrays in the CLI and CTS — potentially for any language. Scientific censoring apps would tend to use these features for a large part their applications.
Reactions or opinions from .NET experts – especially experts that have developed a .NET language?
Does it make sense to add a new kind of language (array based - matrix laboratory) to
.NET? It would change the CTS, but I think this could be done in a smart way.
Thx for any comments.