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Thu Jan 22 08:17:06 GMT 2009
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"C overwhelmingly proved the most popular programming language for
thousands of new open-source projects in 2008, according to license
tracker Black Duck Software.
The company, which monitors 180,000 projects on nearly 4,000 sites, said
almost half - 47 per cent - of new projects last year used C. Black Duck
said 17,000 new open-source projects were created in total. Next in
popularity after C came Java, with 28 per cent.
18 per cent.
PHP attracted just 11 per cent and Ruby six per cent. The numbers are a
surprise as open-source PHP has proved popular as a web-site development
language, while Ruby's been a hot topic for many."
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