"The programming language, the build system, the package manager, and the version control system should all be the same piece of software"

I found the polar opposite of my entire software development methodology.



It's a totally fair viewpoint given the status quo of brittle band-aid environments, but I think true interoperability demands that these components work across language boundaries, especially the package manager.

That said I still want a lisp machine where everything is the same language and there are no damn pipes and bash scripts.

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