On Sunday, 7 September 2014 at 21:03:17 UTC, Vladimir Panteleev wrote:
I've picked up an older project for using D on barebones Win32 as a "better C".

Thanks to recent advances in DMD (-betterC and -m32mscoff), I could get a "Hello, world" program on Win32 down to just 438 bytes when compiled. This is without assembly, linker scripts, custom Phobos/Druntime, or manual post-build tweaks.


That's what I expect to be possible with a systems programming language!

Very pleasing to see that it is also possible with D, so D seems to be really a systems programming language :-)

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