I’m already using the scripting language extensively. I first had to complete array access code, and I also had to include “true”, “false” and “nil” (not “null”). I’m now fighting against the intrincacies of vi/vim emulation instead of against the language, so I’d guess it’s faring well.
I’m using the newly discovered style of avoiding all necessary syntactic sugar such as semicolons, commas, etc. The funny thing is that it feels comfortable everywhere except in a single place: I can not get used to leaving out the comma between function arguments. Given that arguments are typeless (the same as all other variables), it seems that something such as:
function IProcessKey ( key modifkey )
looks too much as if “key” was the type and “modifkey” the name, and my brain is already too hardwired to that.
On other issues, I’ve started working in a design for the blog - I already have a nice design, just need to work on some graphics elements and then work out how to integrate everything with WordPress.
And I’m also thinking about changing the name of the blog. I don’t like seeing “pains” up there prominently, it paints a negative picture of something which is a positive, enjoyable venture (if not completely painless).