October 06, 2011
Andrej Mitrovic, el  6 de octubre a las 00:34 me escribiste:
> Maybe if this was posted on Reddit it would get some vocal support and give the GNU guys reassurance that D is a sought-after language.
> 
> Anyway this is great news! Congrats to Iain Buclaw and anyone else who helped.

Great news indeed! Congrats!

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October 06, 2011
Iain,

You've made a cross for yourself there! If you need help with grunt tasks - like a broken piece of D code with a decent description of the problem, or even grunter, I might be able to help. As you know, I've been in those muddy waters before with nobody to even consult. With a guru like you I could probably get moving fairly quickly.

Just as a matter of interest, how do you rate GDC 2.055 for speed alongside the Linux DMD.

Steve
October 06, 2011
> Just as a matter of interest, how do you rate GDC 2.055 for speed alongside the Linux DMD.

Of course it is way faster. You should compare with gcc instead.
October 07, 2011
Are you saying that GDC is way faster?

But I take your point.

Steve
October 07, 2011
Am 07.10.2011, 13:28 Uhr, schrieb Steve Teale <steve.teale@britseyeview.com>:

> Are you saying that GDC is way faster?

Yep. Especially for floating point calculations.

Worst-case scenario for dmd:
http://www.mail-archive.com/digitalmars-d@puremagic.com/msg61860.html
(be sure to read through the whole thread though, I refined my post later and then gdc and ldc were on par with C++ while dmd is still slower than javascript.)

Another test:
http://www.digitalmars.com/d/archives/digitalmars/D/path_tracing_benchmark_142014.html
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