I'm curious, though this falls in the category of getting off topic...
For at least 6 years, maybe more, Vignette has been "getting away from
Tcl". Do they still have Tcl in the product or have they finally succeeded?
I never quite understood the rationale of removing the core of a product
that help you build a $500M company (though I'm guessing revenues are
likely more like half that now). I remember seeing a memo from a time
when Vignette was only a year or two old where they were already talking
about getting rid of Tcl.
Personally, I think if they hadn't hobbled Tcl and spoke down about it
since day one they would have been much better off. Tcl is a darn near
perfect language for content management IMO. What other conclusion could
one draw given that Vignette built such a huge customer base with a Tcl
based product and the fact that AOLServer seems to be a pretty good
12. Multiple ANDs