What's the current state of D?
nospam at nospam.com
Sat May 9 04:38:50 PDT 2009
> Reply to F,
>> Finally, new releases are provided as optional, not as compulsory. If
>> someone wants to stick with one compiler version, he/she could do the
>> job with that version and that's all.
> The one issue with that re 2.0 is that you can be faced with choosing
> between working thought a breaking change or not getting bug fixes ever
Yes, but there's no way it would make sense to standardize on a
particular release of D2 -- it's still in way too much of an alpha
state. In another six months, I think it would make sense.
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