On 1/8/17 5:06 PM, Craig Ringer wrote:
It is very hard to write C that is generally portable, robust in the
face of various edge-case inputs and environmental conditions, are free
from race conditions and memory ordering problems, and rely on no
undefined behaviour.

BTW, if you s/memory/set/ then that exactly describes building non-trivial systems on top of relational databases. The devil is always in the details.
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