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Re: What is the future direction of GM2?

From: Gaius Mulley
Subject: Re: What is the future direction of GM2?
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 13:58:34 +0000
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Hưng Hưng <address@hidden> writes:

> Do we only want to be able to compile old code or we are willing to
> add non standard modifications to modernize the language to keep up
> with the world?
> I know everything also depends on how much free time and efforts the
> developers can spare. But I only want to know what they want to do
> with GM2. Thanks.
> p/s: IMHO, the most important thing we have to firstly do is to
> improve interop with C, by introducing helper modules and language
> features allowing us to communicate with C easier. I am more than
> willing to contribute bindings to popular C libraries. Of course, it's
> all up to how much time and efforts I could spare.


if you call DEFINITION MODULE FOR "C" modules with a string actual
parameter then the escape sequences are honoured in a C like manner.
Yes interoperability with C is very important for the gm2 project

I'm tracking gcc trunk and still aim to integrate it with the gcc tree


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