Nim programming language finally hit 1.0

drug drug2004 at
Thu Oct 3 12:35:20 UTC 2019

On 10/3/19 3:13 PM, Ola Fosheim Grøstad wrote:
> On Thursday, 3 October 2019 at 11:59:08 UTC, mipri wrote:
>> comes up? Any one of the actual problems, as opposed to the fake
>> problem of "you can't just download D stuff and use it the way you can 
>> with Python."
> IMO a package manager is only needed for scripty throw-away programming. 
> I sincerely doubt it has a big effect on serious application development.
> If you build something with a long horizon you don't need a package 
> manager. The time it takes to download and build libraries from github 
> is negligible compared to the overall development time. Besides, if you 
> build something big you also ought to understand the code you are using 
> and the build process, even if it is a library. You have to be able to 
> maintain the library in case it is abandoned...
Totally disagree to you. Package manager is the thing especially if you 
develop big projects. It allows you easily maintain the infrastructure 
without manual scripting all dependencies to build your product, test it 
and deploy. It's really hard to overestimate the value of good package 

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