November 17
On Thursday, 12 November 2020 at 16:04:21 UTC, IGotD- wrote:
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> 1. Users themselves target .NET to their own proprietary system?
> 2. What is the license?
> 3. When you compile to native code, how much extra do you need to add in your distribution and what will the total size be.
> 4. Can you target bare metal targets?

5. Support for public code generators.

This means in practice if C# can be compiled to native code, then it must support either LLVM or GCC code generators. If not you are pretty much in the hands of Microsoft and what they want to support. In the future we will see new CPU architecture become more popular like RISC V. If MS doesn't want to support that then C# is a less viable choice compared to D which potentially can support all the targets LLVM and GCC can.
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