Linked by David Adams on Fri 6th Aug 2010 16:36 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Qt Been wondering about Nokia's strategy for conquering the rapidly expanding app space? Great! So were we, which is why we joined up with a recent dev event carried out by the Finnish company for an update on how and where things are going. It's a familiar narrative by this point: Qt is all set to become the way that Nokia-friendly apps are made -- whether it be for Symbian smartphones or MeeGo-powered mobile computers, coffee machines or infotainment consoles
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Then check D
by jgfenix on Sat 7th Aug 2010 16:09 UTC in reply to "Qt great, C++ not so much"
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2006-05-25

It was designed for that. The version 2 of the spec is very interesting.

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RE: Then check D
by Zifre on Mon 9th Aug 2010 00:16 in reply to "Then check D"
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2009-10-04

It was designed for that. The version 2 of the spec is very interesting.

D2 is great, but it's still not ready after several years. The compiler crashes even on some basic template tests. Also, DMD is not very portable and its backend is not quite as good as LDC, but LDC doesn't support D2 very well yet. Both projects don't look terribly active, so I'm not sure if we'll ever see a complete D2 compiler.

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