I was contemplating why languages explode on to the scene or not, and often
it comes down to a so called "Killer App".
For Ruby, it was Rails.
The ability to construct optimally fast typesafe tuples in D perfectly
matches the requirements of database management to a degree unmatched by
any other language.
I have long thought D, strangely enough, may be the perfect language in
which to implement... D :-)
On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 3:51 AM, Robert Schadek <realbur...@gmx.de> wrote:
> Lately I had to write some sqlite3 code in D. And I really hated writing
> it. So I wrote me some CTFE generator for it. It uses all the fun UDA,
> CTFE string mixin template magic, we all love. The generated code is as
> fast as the hand written one. I wrote some of it down.
> http://rburners.tumblr.com/ The article also holds a link to the
> source/benchmark. Maybe this is to some interest to other people as well.
> Best Regards
> p.s. PRs and corrections welcome
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