[swift-users] Bls: Bls: module (de)-initialization

2016-12-21 Thread Mr Bee via swift-users
Sorry for not being clear. My english isn't very good either. What I meant was static module linking (loading and unloading) for Swift modules. Also with initialization and deinitialization for Swift modules. It's alright then. I just want to make sure. I'm a Pascal/Delphi programmer and

Re: [swift-users] Swift 3 Whole Module Optimization Issue

2016-12-21 Thread Joe Groff via swift-users
> On Dec 21, 2016, at 7:08 PM, Jun Zhang via swift-users > wrote: > > Hi, everyone. >I think I found a swift 3 whole module optimization issue. The code below, > when building with release configuration and running on an iOS 10 real > device, will always causes a

Re: [swift-users] Bls: module (de)-initialization

2016-12-21 Thread Joe Groff via swift-users
> On Dec 21, 2016, at 7:11 PM, Mr Bee wrote: > > > Unloading Swift modules will likely never be supported, since this would > > impose a ton of complexity and performance cost on the runtime for little > > benefit. > > Hmmm… so Swift will only support static linking? I

[swift-users] Bls: module (de)-initialization

2016-12-21 Thread Mr Bee via swift-users
> Unloading Swift modules will likely never be supported, since this would >impose a ton of complexity and performance cost on the runtime for little >benefit. Hmmm… so Swift will only support static linking? I thought Swift is a modern programming language with modern and advance features.

[swift-users] Using the thread sanitizer with swift test

2016-12-21 Thread Martin Angers via swift-users
Hello, This is my first message to the swift mailing lists, so I'd like to start with a big thank you to the Swift core team and collaborators for all the hard work. My question is related to the thread sanitizer tool. Having worked mostly with Go in recent years, I've become spoiled by the