Why do C++ programmers are not interested in D?

jmh530 john.michael.hall at gmail.com
Wed Nov 20 02:56:35 UTC 2019

On Wednesday, 20 November 2019 at 01:19:32 UTC, Laeeth Isharc 
> [snip]
> It won't be that fast and for our purposes we used it in a way 
> that is easy but will add more overhead.  However for lots of 
> things just being able to call C++ libraries without manual 
> work opens up a lot and later if it matters you can make it 
> faster.  So we can call quite a lot of C++ from D using cling 
> already and more will follow in time.  We will open source when 
> ready.

Any additional details you can provide on this, I would find 
interesting. For instance, are you using a D interpreter and then 
Cling as the C++ interpreter to get the C++ code working in the 
interpreter? I wouldn't think you would need Cling if you're 
compiling ahead of time.

Also, I noticed jupyter-wire at the symmetryinvestments 
repository as a replacement for jupyterd. Is this meant to be 
infrastructure that some other tool will build on? Thanks.

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