On Sunday, 10 October 2021 at 17:14:30 UTC, Adam Ruppe wrote:>
On Sunday, 10 October 2021 at 13:52:57 UTC, Elmar wrote:>
The language subset "BetterC" is required for calling D functions from C though.
This is false.
You can use any D features when calling it from C, you just need to provide an init and term function that is called from C that runtime initialize and terminate for the full experience.>
BetterC helper librarys like Tanya or Tango do exist.
I don't know tanya, but Tango has absolutely nothing to do with betterC. It is a set of classes that use the full runtime.
Do you have a link for more information how to initialize the D runtime? I just wondered about that because I thought it actually shouldn't be much more difficult than just linking the runtime into the foreign-language compiled program. I didn't find information on that. Maybe I didn't search long enough.