"1100110" wrote in message news:ldl2pf$20b0$1...@digitalmars.com...
I want a way to disable the GC, and have the compiler verify that no GC
allocations may occur.
I want a way to disable Exceptions, and have the compiler verify that no
Exceptions may occur.
Good, this is what I had in mind.
I want a way to disable linking either the standard library and the
runtime, and be able to run a minimal D program without needing to stub
anything out manually.
The idea can be boiled down to:
> The idea is to be able to use a subset of D that does not require any of
druntime or phobos - it can be linked merely with the C standard library.
Can you name anything I'm missing?
TLS, dynamic cast, profiling, static this/static ~this,
assert, -cov, -profile, class == and synchronized all rely on druntime code.
Also, D classes will fail to link without Object.
Should `array.length = x` be an error or just unsafely set the length?
Should it be ABI-compatible with normal D?
If you don't have strong feelings about any of these they should still
probably be listed.