On 4/9/2017 12:05 PM, Steven Schveighoffer wrote:
As a compiler-writer no-nothing, does this have any implications on the various
back-ends gaining ideas/code from each other? That is, is it possible we see LDC
compile times go down, or DMD optimizations get better?

You can't change the license or copyright on the code, i.e. you can't transmit code from DMD to LDC and change the license of it. And LDC code cannot be transmitted to DMD and have its license changed.

So whether this is possible or not depends. If the LDC license is more restrictive than Boost, then DMD cannot incorporate that code.

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