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What is Bosque approach to core functions? #184
From my POV, developer productivity and simple coding would be an approach similar to what we have as frameworks, helper functions and classical problems already solved and implemented in convenient functions., such as levenshtein() and soundex() on PHP, those exist to avoid repetition and waste of time implementing something that's already been implemented thousands of times.
What's bosque approach and limits to WHAT should be in the core library?
My feeling is that there are 3 rings to consider:
Basically I would like to have a very small set of true core libraries so we can deploy to very small devices but still provide a large set of "batteries in the box" with the second ring. Hopefully, this organization will allow us to avoid some of the small vs. large core tension seen in Node.js.