Gdc & avr
turkeyman at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 05:58:14 PST 2012
On 3 February 2012 15:37, Alex_Dovhal <alex_dovhal at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >Andrea Fontana" <advmail at katamail.com> wrote:
> >In this case can we hope for a d frontend?
> That depends if it's MCU or MPU. If it will be MCU(like ARM7TDMI), which
> means Harvard Architecture (where Program code and RAM are physically
> different). Also internal RAM of a few KB and no Linux.
> If it'll be MCU then it can have Linux OS, so theoretically it can have
> GDC ported.
Eh? Why would GDC depend on linux at all? If you disable the GC (and
dependent language functionality), and manage to do something about the
horrible exe bloat, there's no reason it shouldn't be able to target
The obvious advantage over C is the syntax features. Clearly D as a
*language* shouldn't DEPEND on the druntime, other than some language
features that imply GC, like dynamic arrays/etc.
Is the toolchain not capable of producing a working exe without linking any
library? Surely you can write a totally raw app with no libs at all?
(assuming you avoid language features that make implicit druntime calls)
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