Feedback on Átila's Vision for D

Nicholas Wilson iamthewilsonator at
Sun Oct 20 11:20:16 UTC 2019

On Sunday, 20 October 2019 at 10:08:29 UTC, rikki cattermole 
> While I agree with your sentimentality, this is not something 
> worth fighting over until a solid use case comes up.

You mean apart from chunking up a 125 file megapackage? Because 
thats the use case to me, not so much compiler as a library 
although that has packaging and aa sane codebase as a 
  DMD is an actively hostile codebase to comprehend and reason 
about precisely because it is unstructured, not within files or 
sprawling dependencies across files, but that the is no logical 
structuring to the codebase imposed despite that it obviously 

for an example of the less than exemplary behaviour from the 
leadership. That veiled threat is more true than ever.

If there is a exists path to the packaging of dmd it needs to be 
made clear by Walter and progress can be made towards it. If not, 
then he should accept the fate of a dearth of contributors that 
follows and the consequences that entails.

> If he wants to leave it for now we should. He has a lot of 
> other things on his mind which are far more important.

On the contrary, the malorganised state of the (lack of) packages 
is one of _the_ top barriers to entry.

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