June 19, 2012
Google by the voice of Chandler Carruth made this proposal a few days ago

https://plus.google.com/u/0/108216155797501293389/posts/WDheftEoxMT

It aims at building a clang daemon to parse, compile, and generate
informations about source code. Basically
+ multithreaded, distributed compilation
+ coherent support of the language (C/C++/ObjC) throughout IDEs or text
editors ( formatting, syntax highlight, realtime report of compilation
errors/warning, maybe static analysis )

The D community already is moving toward this direction as I can see ( Roman D. Boiko's proposal or Robert Schadek "Distributed Multithreaded Caching D Compiler" ) and that's awesome news !

Also the idea of getting compiler error/warning, formatting, syntax highlight as a service looks very sweet to me. A wonderful way to unite and keep everything in sync from text editor to more powerful IDEs.
June 19, 2012
On Tuesday, 19 June 2012 at 06:34:00 UTC, Guillaume Chatelet wrote:
> Google by the voice of Chandler Carruth made this proposal a few days ago
>
> https://plus.google.com/u/0/108216155797501293389/posts/WDheftEoxMT
>
> It aims at building a clang daemon to parse, compile, and generate
> informations about source code. Basically
> + multithreaded, distributed compilation
> + coherent support of the language (C/C++/ObjC) throughout IDEs or text
> editors ( formatting, syntax highlight, realtime report of compilation
> errors/warning, maybe static analysis )
>
> The D community already is moving toward this direction as I can see (
> Roman D. Boiko's proposal or Robert Schadek "Distributed Multithreaded
> Caching D Compiler" ) and that's awesome news !
>
> Also the idea of getting compiler error/warning, formatting, syntax
> highlight as a service looks very sweet to me. A wonderful way to unite
> and keep everything in sync from text editor to more powerful IDEs.

See also Roslyn from Microsoft. DCT project will have a similar architecture.
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