On 8/25/2014 11:12 PM, Mike wrote:
The C standard library and C++ standard library are not part of D-the-language.
D would even be better served by putting these features in phobos as std.stdc
and std.stdcpp. This would make them just as conveniently available to users,
and reduce the coupling between the language and the platform.
It's beginning to look more and more like an stdcpp is achievable.
The implementation of it, however, is going to be ugly and very specific to each
C++ compiler. The user shouldn't need to have to see that ugliness, though.
It also means that implementing stdcpp is going to require someone who is very
willing to go spelunking around the underbelly of C++ ::std:: and understand it,
which is a tall order.