Well thank goodness someone has had the cahones to use interfaces instead of inheritance.
I've been saying that for years to no effect.
Weird, wasn't Java all about de-emphasizing inheritance to privilege interfaces instead? BTW, I've been saying it for years to no effect neither, but it hardly surprises me :)
I maintain the code for a context-oriented template language which I use to make web pages and find vastly superior to PHP or "template toolkit" or whatever.
Which is? care to share, perhaps?
But man, I get kicked for not having objects and inheritance in my template language every time I talk about it publicly.
Will people decry the lack of a "true" object oriented model in Go? Or perhaps would-be naysayers will be swayed by Google's halo?
Object orientation may not be a primary concern for a system development language anyway. Or else.