[MUD-Dev] TECH: programming languages (was: Re: TECH: STL / Heaps, etc.)
bruce at puremagic.com
Sat Aug 18 15:15:21 New Zealand Standard Time 2001
Justin Rogers wrote:
> our security model allows you to place relaxed or extremely secure
> permissions on various pieces of code by applying security
> policies (scripted code can be run with 0 access to anything).
Care to describe the .NET security model in more detail, or pointers
to publicly available documentation? Is it ACL-based? I'm assuming
that it isn't capability-driven. How close is it to that of Java?
To what extent can you implement your own security policies? Does
it have a means for tracking clean vs dirty data like Perl does?
What else is interesting about it?
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