Для Ъ не будет.
Once a language gets beyond a certain complexity --- say LaTeX, Common Lisp, C++, PL/1, modern Java --- the experience of programming in it is more like carving out a subset of features for one's personal use out of what seems like an infinite sea of features, most of which we become resigned to never learning. Once a language feels infinite, the specific benefits of a new feature are still apparent. But the general costs in added complexity are no longer apparent. They are no longer felt by those discussing the new feature. Infinity + 1 === Infinity. Even aLargeNumber + 1 === approximatelyAsLargeANumber. This is the death of a thousand cuts that causes these monstrosities to grow without bound.