Subject: [boost] Introducing the X++ Programming Language
From: Phil Bouchard (philippeb8_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-07-17 03:59:14
Hello Boost / Qt,
power of C++ and the deterministic C++ memory manager Root.Ptr, I
decided to write my own programming language which takes advantage of
all these powerful features.
kicks in randomly which makes it impossible to write real-time engines
and C++ just doesn't have any objective memory manager up to this day.
just makes it impossible to get rid of the garbage collector. So if we
sacrifice these principles away then we can integrate Root.Ptr and take
advantage of the power of C++ and the true flexibility and run-time
It has to be noted that X++ is an extension of C++ and therefore
everything we can do in C++ can also be done in X++.
You can find the source code here:
And the benchmarks indicate X++ is 2.7 faster than Node.JS! Note that
the language is still in a preliminary state but we can already compare it.
Furthermore, in theory, is should be possible to offer a service which
compiles the executables for combinations of major architecture / OS
only once, cache these executables on the webserver and executing them
in a specialized container on the client's desktop. Thus, in theory, we
would be able to execute real-time engines from within our own browser!
So I am including Boost because one day X++ could be merged with the C++
programming language and I know Boost is well used in the vast gaming
industry which requires real-time engines.
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