On 13.03.2015 13:23, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> > These days, I suppose we'd be looking at something like Go,
> which can
> > be linked with C/C++ and also natively export functions that can be
> > called from C/C++.
> As far as I can see, Go always comes with Garbage Collection
> instead of a deterministic memory management.
> Also, as far as I can see, Go does not go as far as Rust with what
> the compiler can check at compiletime.
> On the other hand, I see on rust-lang that the current state of Rust
> is 1.0.0-alpha2 where Lua has 22 years of experience and development.
Lua is not open source by any reasonable definition. The Lua devs
intentionally do not give even read-only access to their source
repository; they only post tarballs, if and when it suits them. That
pretty much closes this topic in my opinion.
Received on 2015-03-18 10:37:19 CET