On Sunday, 6 August 2017 at 06:26:57 UTC, David J Kordsmeier
Also, why I don't look at LDC further, I think RAM on the
embedded devices is still pretty skimpy, Raspi3 only has 1GB
It's not great for compiling with the LLVM-based things and
probably run OOM. Other devices I have only have 512MB ram.
So gcc is usually fine in these circumstances.
Don't know about gdc, but ldc is close (most of the listed
upstream PRs are merged):
As for memory, ldc can be used to cross-compile from a more
capable machine, the official builds all ship with the AArch64
backend enabled now:
The next ldc beta will ship with a build tool that lets you
easily compile or cross-compile the stdlib yourself, so you can
generate the stdlib for AArch64 even if it isn't provided: