On Wednesday, 2 September 2015 at 13:23:50 UTC, Rory McGuire wrote:
Surely the compiler should always rely on the previous compiler + standard library versions.

Is there really a valid reason not to do this? Surely if the dog food is so bad no one should be eating?


I am hoping that DMD will be refactored to be a showcase for idiomatic D. I think that would help a lot, but in terms of attracting new developers, PR and general eco system improvements.

Andrei mentioned a new versions of his book being on the horizon. I assume that also means that the language spec will change and that there will be a need for a new hands to help implement it.

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