digitalmars.D - Re: why Rust when there is D?
sybrandy Wrote:On 11/30/2010 07:18 AM, bearophile wrote:sclytrack:Yeah, why not D?
Because Rust has typestates :-) It's an interesting language feature. Bye, bearophile
Another feature that may be important to them is the ability to manually arrange the data/program (don't recall which exactly) in memory. I know one of the things they were experimenting with to speed up the browser was changing how the loader loaded the various libraries. Perhaps this is taking it a step further to ensure their products load as fast as possible. Casey
Can't this be done with GDC using linker scripts?
Nov 30 2010