On Sunday, 29 November 2015 at 11:58:20 UTC, Guillaume Piolat
I've never said the GC is compatible with real-time, it isn't.
I said, we can avoid it in a small part of an application and
be real-time. So D can do real-time (audio).
Yes, but why say it if you don't use it after init?
It's not new that D, like C++, can work like a more powerful
version of C. Although I had to create a lot of fuzz to even get
to this point where we now have at least the @nogc tag. A couple
of years ago neither Walter or Andrei showed any sign of
understanding that being GC reliant was an issue for a system
level programming language. That attitude is pretty common for
languages that ship with a GC, and is the reason for why people
don't want audio software using it (or is boasting it).