libclfll++ takes advantage of the abstract Library Load framework in the CoreLinux libclfw++ library by providing management of loading Linux shared libraries. Application developers define function objects as wrappers and can then dynamically load the functions. It is very useful for implementing a framework for plug-ins.
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I think your age is showing. Seems that you are somehow taking personally what you "think" other people may "think" about your code ending up in porn site systems.
If you feel good about what you code, it won't matter what people think. If you have misgivings about the application of your code, then you need to come to terms with yourself.
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Putting anything mainstream on Linux is a good thing
With OS/2 (which in measurements of "success" has languished for years), the biggest cries were "Where are the apps?". For whatever reasons, the opportunity to make the popular apps available on OS/2 was never seized.
So bring VB on over and, in the process, clean up the "bad" aspects as pointed out by the author. You can have a technologically superior OS, but without the development support you don't have the developers, and without those...
It is not feasible to tell everyone to switch to Python or some other language just because you don't like VB.