I fucking hope so
It's a cute proof of concept but it's fundamentally unsuitable for production codeJust wait for C tooling to improve
>>70566542>tfw waiting for 20 years
nah some other language will come along and you'll be able to read about rust in history books as "that fag language" and everybody is going to have a laugh hahahaha
>>70566557You posted no picture, because there is no such face, because C is so fast you never have to wait
>>70566580>you'll be able to read about rust in history booksI'm impressed that you think this will happen
>>70566401how fast will be it be do?can it really outperform c in complex programs?
>>70566401or maybe nobody will ever optimize their shit because there's no need to since hardware will be so fast. js OS when
>>70566607>having a program run 10 faster just by switching to rust is not worth it because hardware will be so fastfucking kill yourself
>>70566607This. Hardware doubles in speed every year. In 2005 we were still on 3GHz processors. In ten more years just imagine how much faster they will be...
>>70566542>Just wait I thought Bell labs made C not amd.
>>70566600Not yet but it's faster than C++ now.
>OS based around Rust>self-hosted GCC ported very early thanks to light dependency on small portion of posix>meanwhile porting rustc log-going hard word>will require GSoC to be viable>cargo not even in most optimistic dreamsportable self-hosting compiler toolchain would be nice
>>70566542>Just wait for C tooling to improvehaha well meme'd
And then Go will destroy rust
>>70567530>a fucking go fagbasically java without the interesting things and slower
>>70566401>esperanto will destroy english
>>70567600Go is nothing like that pajeet language, is faster and is much more interesting
swift will destroy them all
>>70566677oh weird, but redox isn't posix so that makes sense
>>70566649>Hz is an absolute performance metricAaaaaand your input is trash.
>>70567724Is that the stupid Apple language? Almost forgot it existed.
>>70566401languages are too fragmented nowadays. C/C++ had too long to achieve dominance, now everybody else is left fighting for scrapsadmittedly the massive infusions of Mozilla cash are helping Rust, but it's too frustrating for humans to use.if you need memory safety and you're not writing embedded code / drivers, use a fucking GC'ed language and stop being a whiny faggot. 99.9% of people who complain about GC have never benchmarked their specific use case or made any attempt to try it out.I know some retard who can't be persuaded to leave VB6 for any modern, useful language because of the GC bogeyman. holy shit the delusion.
>>70567761swift is the only thing apple makes that is good anymore. thank fuck you can use it on non applel devices.
>>70567824No you can't
not likelyrust is on its way outthe day in the sun is over for rustexperienced developers try rust and don't like ithttp://esr.ibiblio.org/?p=7294projects are switching away from rusthttps://sjdh.us/2019/02/11/continuing-with-zig.htmlcore rust devs are abandoning shiphttps://www.ncameron.org/blog/leaving-mozilla-and-most-of-the-rust-project/https://words.steveklabnik.com/thank-u-nextthere's still nothing useful written in rust like there is Gorust is being compared to C++ much to the chagrin of rust devshttps://drewdevault.com/2019/03/25/Rust-is-not-a-good-C-replacement.htmleven the logo isn't rustling jimmies like it used toIt's so sad, I'm not even going to give you a bumpsage
>>70568597what a fucking shillin few weeks firefox is going to upgrade its core to rustgame over c fag
>>70567802A lot of people don't know how to optimize code for a garbage collector and that's where the misconception lies. It doesn't help that what you need to do depends on the architecture. Like in Java allocations are extremely cheap but deallocating objects tanks performance. So you should declare huge Chuck's of objects and keep them in scope as long as possible.
>>70568966>caring about furryfox
Forgot to take your hrt again, seething tranny?
>>70566557about as long as it takes to compile hello world in Rust then
>>70566677Botnet that uses speck
>>70566401> hello world> 3 mb binaryYeah no.
>>70566677Redox would be interesting if they just kept it to a TTY and focused on making a good kernel. But they've instead decided to waste time building a GUI and terminal emulator and shit when it will never be usable.
>>70568966> a company that invested millions of dollars in a language is going to try to use it.Big sign anon.
>>70569036kek, I just downloaded the ISO. It's currently 49MB. Terry achieved more in 2MB than Rust trannies can in 49MB.
>>70568597get wokego broke