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> 2- Modify all the tools in use today. This is the biggest part by far. The amount of work you have to do is so much that most people will just choose to continue evolving over the current system.

One thing I learned from the explosion of JavaScript ecosystem is that this is a bit simpler than one may think - you just need to create a stable minimum base with a good selling point, and let the fans do the rest. If it gains initial momentum, the rest will get developed simultaneously by the world at large.

(A lesson from languages like Erlang or Scala would also be that having a company dedicated to marketing the living shit out of the language also helps.)

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