Thread overview
In case you doubt of dexed stability and D's GC
Dec 14
Basile B.
Dec 14
Basile B.
December 14
apparently an IDE not programmed in D but that uses a dll made in D and that uses the D garbage collector can run for more than one week without problems:

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[basile@pc-12 styx]$ ps -p $(pidof "dexed") -o etime
    ELAPSED
 7-10:59:25
[basile@pc-12 styx]$
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from https://c.gmx.com/@558129942915716568/ol2I2YbTSZ2K5IOYvEfffg.

Only 8 Gb DRam installed, average use is 250Mb although previously, when what does the dll was made by processes, it was more like 40Mb... but well that's not too crazy as long as it's stabilized.

So during one week, it's about 100+ files opened closed scanned for their AST etc..., on each tab switch too. The diff for what's been done during this 7 days is like -2500 +2000. I don't count the "runnables" created when I test an issue or a snipset posted in .Learn.

Dont't be afraid of the GC. Even if it uses more memory than ARC.
That just works.
December 14
On Monday, 14 December 2020 at 11:40:17 UTC, Basile B. wrote:
> apparently an IDE not programmed in D but that uses a dll made in D and that uses the D garbage collector can run for more than one week without problems:
>
> [...]

clear is the screen

https://c.gmx.com/@558129942915716568/5kid---0Q0m40Kb17kE1qQ
January 09
On Monday, 14 December 2020 at 11:40:17 UTC, Basile B. wrote:
> apparently an IDE not programmed in D but that uses a dll made in D and that uses the D garbage collector can run for more than one week without problems:
>
> [...]

Is dexed actively developed?