On Tuesday, 24 October 2017 at 13:19:15 UTC, Dmitry Olshansky wrote:
What is dcache?

It's a patch for dmd that enables a *persistent* shared-memory hash-map, protected by a spin-lock from races. Dmd processes with -cache flag would detect the following pattern:


Posted to reddit and HN by someone:


Just laughed out loud at this HN comment comparing D to C++:

"ranges, native strings, an insanely straight-forward and powerful template engine, compile-time evaluation, native contract programming and unit testing, modules (read: what's a header guard?), make C++ feel like clanging rocks together to make fire compared to D."

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