On 19 January 2016 at 08:26, Walter Bright via Digitalmars-d-announce
> at least for 64 bit Linux. Other platforms to follow.
> This is what Andrei and I call "enabling" technology, as it opens the door
> for many more uses of D, in this case better interoperability with existing
> C++ codebases.
> Thanks to everyone who helped out with this, especially Elie, Iain, David
> and Andrei!
> Also looking forward to getting this in GDC and LDC!
> Andrei and I feel that better interoperability with C++ is a major strategic
> feature and advantage for D. As the recent thread with Manu's frustrations
> in doing it show, we still have a significant way to go. But I hope to push
> it forward hard in the next few months.
> For the fearless who love working under the hood, extending the support to
> the rest of the platforms is a great way to materially contribute.
Nice work! Although I've never used C++ exceptions (or D exceptions) personally.
Is there a roadmap for this stuff I can check out? Short list of
upcoming C++ work?