On 2013-09-10 14:54, Olivier Grant wrote:
First of all, I very much enjoyed the talk. It was as interesting as it
was entertaining.


Yes, I enjoyed it as well.

I do have a question regarding the talk's section on devirtualization.
As a language that imposes virtual methods for classes, how well does D
play when it comes to devirtualization? And on a side note, does D have
a different way of implementing virtual methods than most C++ compilers do?

In D it seems that currently the preferred way to compile a project is to compile all the source at once using RDMD or similar. Isn't that a great opportunity for full program analysis to do devirtualization?

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/Jacob Carlborg

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