Hey everyone, while it's very alpha & we haven't announced it yet, run.dlang.io now supports DUB packages :tada: :+1:
Hi all, just to let you know, I've almost finished adding LLVM's Polly optimisation to LDC, tiling vectorising and parallelising loops that only have computations of indices and data. This is still very experimental and unless you are using my SPIR-V release of LLVM (OS X) you'll need to compile LLVM and Polly yourself.
Hi all, cost and immutble ndslices has opIndex primitive now
No, I was wondering why you didn't use inout for the implementation.
Do you have any examples where it is buggy?
So far I haven't had problems using it in my projects (after I learned how to use it correctly).
Yes, it is buggy for implementation. There is two opIndex function that are marked with const / immutable. Try to replacr them with single one. The problem is that compiler do not understand that struct is input itself.
So, compiler ask to a inout param
I don't have a computer handy at the moment, but I'll try to check in a couple of days
I wonder if you have a plotting library
and if there is a need in one with a matlab like syntax