On Friday, 30 September 2016 at 03:42:27 UTC, deadalnix wrote:
GC is unnacceptable !

Ho ! a deferred and unordered destruction library, really cool !

Is there intelligent life in the C++ world ?

I think the difference is that the solution is scoped to only those objects that you chose to use GC on, rather than GC everything by default. Because the GC is limited to a small set of objects and is done in a controlled manner, this avoids unpredictable pauses and problems with interop with external libraries.

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