Btw, I have nothing against people complaining about Go's lack of productivity features and pointing out that they have competition from D. After all, I too did some ranting on the topic back in 2009:!topic/golang-nuts/TTCaIpSxn2U%5B1-25%5D

«I think Go has set off onto a very nice track, but it doesn't seem like you guys have really managed to communicate in which direction
you are heading. I expect Go to improve, but if it isn't going to
provide for more error-catching facilities then it probably isn't
worth the trouble. Go has more competition than C and C++: D comes to
mind along with other smaller competitors.»

Nothing is new under the sun etc...

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