but what do you define as powerful?
performance with compatibility (runs everything (not on everything))
and you say python is more powerful than actionscript whereas I could show you that it could do a similar job.
woah there, I never said "more"
meaning ActionScript is more comparable to Python, which in itself is far from as powerful as expected by the OP.
I did point out that python can be compiled "unlike ActionScript"
You also said android can't run ASM
I stated I'm not sure which ASM opcodes Andriod runs on (PPC or x86_64)
your article doesn't list either
Again did you google adobe air files?
I see you can package a .air as a .exe, but the process looks very shady...
about as shady as packaging a .jar in a .exe.
if the exe can run natively then the language might have some sort of power, but I wouldn't call it anything better than what java could do. :/
I'd like to know why I should switch to a pc.
Wait have you heard of the mac pro. Have you seen the specs? Have you seen the benchmarks?
no, I hate apple and have no interest in their products.
I prefer to customize and install additional components,
rather than be limited with solid half-baked hardware that follows fixed standards.
don't take any of this about mac as hard facts because truthfully, this is all complaints from other people.
I hate apple enough as is to not use it because I like my freedoms.
(everyone I know who has an apple product has hacked it to where they could customize it to the point of installing linux on it)
I never hear anything truely good about apple devices that current devices can't already do.
I do hear about Apple constantly limiting more standards.
I hear about Apple sucking so much, I'm sick of hearing it.
prove to me, in simplistic terms where blender runs better on a pc then on a mac? What parts of blender, rendering/animation.
I'm not saying nothing on this until I know the differences
but again, it all lies in the hardware.
and I'm not saying anything specific, just Blender in general as an example.
I'm glad you're a hardcore blender user, I am too.
I have nothing against blender.
but I have everything against half-baked hardware.
(Apple's not the only one at fault here, ever used a Dell or Compaq PC)
don't get me wrong, Blender runs really well on my secondary PC which is that IntelGFX I mentioned earlier.
and that's only a single-core x86 intel Celeron 2.93GHz CPU; P4GV-LA MBd.
(yea, it's a peice of trash, but it runs well) :P
I'm sure your Mac could most likely kill that PC.