December 16, 2012
On Sunday, 16 December 2012 at 13:05:50 UTC, SomeDude wrote:
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>> Was it something the compiler writers told you?
>
> Probably bearophile meant that...

I can make my own guesses, but I wanted to know what bearophile meant so I asked him ;-)

December 16, 2012
On Sunday, 16 December 2012 at 19:59:31 UTC, Isaac Gouy wrote:
> On Sunday, 16 December 2012 at 15:45:32 UTC, jerro wrote:
>>> if, say, GDC was granted to come back in the shootout. Given it's now widely acknowledged (at least in the programming communities) to be one of the most promising languages around...
>>
>> And especially if you also consider the fact that there Clean and ATS are in the shootout and I'm guessing that very few people use those.
>
>
> See
>
> http://www.digitalmars.com/d/archives/digitalmars/D/Why_did_D_leave_the_programming_language_shootout_and_will_it_return_144864.html#N144870

Still, you don't explain why you picked, say ATS, which is significantly more esoteric than D, and much less likely to be used by the community in the large. I argue that many more people would be interested in the performance of D.
December 16, 2012
On Sunday, 16 December 2012 at 23:21:15 UTC, SomeDude wrote:
> On Sunday, 16 December 2012 at 19:59:31 UTC, Isaac Gouy wrote:
>> On Sunday, 16 December 2012 at 15:45:32 UTC, jerro wrote:
>>>> if, say, GDC was granted to come back in the shootout. Given it's now widely acknowledged (at least in the programming communities) to be one of the most promising languages around...
>>>
>>> And especially if you also consider the fact that there Clean and ATS are in the shootout and I'm guessing that very few people use those.
>>
>>
>> See
>>
>> http://www.digitalmars.com/d/archives/digitalmars/D/Why_did_D_leave_the_programming_language_shootout_and_will_it_return_144864.html#N144870
>
> Still, you don't explain why you picked, say ATS, which is significantly more esoteric than D, and much less likely to be used by the community in the large. I argue that many more people would be interested in the performance of D.

Proof is, it seems to me that you (Isaac Gouy) often come around here. We can magically invoke you every time one talks about the shootout. Which is pretty astonishing for a language you aren't interested in.
December 17, 2012
On Sun, Dec 16, 2012 at 04:45:31PM +0100, jerro wrote:
> >if, say, GDC was granted to come back in the shootout. Given it's now widely acknowledged (at least in the programming communities) to be one of the most promising languages around...
> 
> And especially if you also consider the fact that there Clean and ATS are in the shootout and I'm guessing that very few people use those.

I've used Clean before.

But yeah, probably not many people would be familiar with it.


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December 17, 2012
On 12/16/2012 3:24 PM, SomeDude wrote:
> Proof is, it seems to me that you (Isaac Gouy) often come around here. We can
> magically invoke you every time one talks about the shootout. Which is pretty
> astonishing for a language you aren't interested in.

Not really. You can set Google to email you whenever a search phrase turns up a new result.
December 17, 2012
On Monday, 17 December 2012 at 01:14:37 UTC, Walter Bright wrote:
> On 12/16/2012 3:24 PM, SomeDude wrote:
>> Proof is, it seems to me that you (Isaac Gouy) often come around here. We can
>> magically invoke you every time one talks about the shootout. Which is pretty
>> astonishing for a language you aren't interested in.
>
> Not really. You can set Google to email you whenever a search phrase turns up a new result.


Yes, that's more or less what I do.

I have a couple of Google searches saved as bookmarks, and when the mood takes me I check what comments are being made about the benchmarks game.
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