On Wednesday, 4 November 2015 at 15:25:04 UTC, Márcio Martins
On Wednesday, 4 November 2015 at 01:50:38 UTC, Martin Nowak
Glad to announce D 2.069.0.
This is the first release with a self-hosted dmd compiler and
comes with even more rangified phobos functions,
std.experimental.allocator, and many other improvements.
See the changelog for more details.
Seems like memory usage went up by a significant amount, as I
can no longer compile our project on my Windows machine.
DMD 2.068.2 uses up to 1100MB of memory during our build and
DMD 2.069 used up to 1600MB of memory before crashing with
"Error: out of memory"
Are there any plans to release a dmd64.exe?
FYI, I just installed the 2.069 version, and now I'm unable to
compile some modules, getting the same "Error: out of memory". I
isolated a tiny one raising the issue, and its all about a
moderately complex ctRegex expression (see below) that seems to
brake the compiler. Other modules also raise the problem, but
they are bigger in term of code lines.
So, at a first glance it looks like a deeper problem that just a
"higher memory consumption" issue, to me. I'm a bit frustrated,
this was working so well so far...
Thank you for any help beyond splitting down the regex above (any
magic memory-oriented option somewhere?) ...
PS I would like to take the opportunity to thank all contributors
for their great work on D...