Nim programming language finally hit 1.0
tester at test.aol
Wed Oct 2 10:10:32 UTC 2019
On Wednesday, 2 October 2019 at 10:04:44 UTC, Chris wrote:
> Yes, something like that, but now D2 has too many features that
> are being used by the organizations that use D. I think some of
> the (half-baked) features were actually introduced to cater for
> their needs. I suppose that the organizations that are using D2
> now will not accept a trimmed down version of D by now. I'd say
> it's too late.
Well, I guess then it is too late for me to start using D.
Best of luck for all of you.
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