D vs C++ - Where are the benchmarks?
wfunction at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 4 14:04:09 PDT 2013
On Thursday, 4 July 2013 at 21:03:01 UTC, Mehrdad wrote:
> On Thursday, 4 July 2013 at 20:58:57 UTC, Jonathan M Davis
>> On Thursday, July 04, 2013 22:46:12 Mehrdad wrote:
>>> How would you possibly be able to find the roots?
>> By putting all of the same information there that we have in
>> D. It may be clunkier to do in D and generally more of a pain,
>> but you have just as much control over memory in C++ as you do
>> in D.
>> And C++ GCs _do_ exist
> Er, C++ _compilers_ that support (conservative?) GC's do exist.
> But you can't write standard C++ code and expect it to
> garbage-collect itself, you need external help that's not
> guaranteed by the standard.
> D, on the other hand, has a GC built into the language itself;
> it's not an implementation detail.
To put it another way, _any_ conformant D compiler must
necessarily have a GC.
On the other hand, C++ compiler aren't required to, so portable
code can't assume they will.
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