Paulo Pinto pjmlp at progtools.org
Mon Feb 13 10:36:15 PST 2012

Am 12.02.2012 15:23, schrieb Nick Sabalausky:
> "Paulo Pinto"<pjmlp at progtools.org>  wrote in message
> news:jh7tvk$29sv$1 at digitalmars.com...
>> So in the end you just get an already existing language, but with
>> different syntax.
>> So it is not worth the effort designing such languages.
> Where are you getting the crazy idea that the GC is the only non-syntactic
> improvement D has vs C/C++?
> Additionally, you keep implying that the syntactic improvements are
> unimportant, or at least insignificant. Rediculous. Even if the GC were the
> only non-syntactic improvement and all the other changes were syntax (which
> isn't even true anyway), the syntax alone would absolutely be a worthwhile
> improvement over C or C++.

Because I see it as a wasted effort that could be better spent in other 
areas D needs.

There already other languages with manual memory management like Ada or 
Pascal, which in my personal opinion have a much better syntax and 
module systems than C or C++.


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