Yawn. Stuart "rattled my cage". He's posted a lot of subtley misleading comments about well, lots of stuff.
And no, I'm quite certain that it's not the case that "everyone reaslises it's not viable to port OO". Explaining it is precisely what's needed, especially since some of the issues are quite complex. Stuart's errors might be "little", but he's done lots of them, and I'm the one who has to clean up when people misunderstand.
As for your point about "anything valuable", well we could say the same about your post and Stuart's, couldn't we?
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