Mostly? It actually passes. And when it breaks we've fix it. (See recent case)
Builders: they work.
Nacl doesn't require a VM. I mean, it IS one. But runs on any OS on that native arch.
On Mon, Jun 9, 2014 at 5:56 AM, <snes...@gmail.com> wrote:
Support methods written in assembly.Support all SIMD x86 instructions in 6a and 8a, if possible also other current non-SIMD instructions.This has been requested before. Can you please make sure an issue detailing the instructions that you would like to see added is filed.
All that aside, yes, I think that any general modifications needed to
make the go tool build and work with gccgo should be committed.
I use methods in assembly all the time. The patch is tiny and well understood. The only holdup last time was Rob being cautious about committing publicly to the method calling sequence and stack expectations. If things have settled a bit then maybe it is time...
I would prefer inline assembler, too. This allows the compiler to keep more optimizations,reorder those blocks and allows to change prologue and epilogue at will.
I hope golang support GUI programming, with the official GUI package,
I hope it supports Android development,
I hope it supports Generic type,
I hope it support function default parameters,...
Maybe only in this way, there will be more people know it, use it, it will pop up.
I'd like to bring android Dalvik and iOS to the table again, as well as cgo shared libraries (perhaps using https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tU_yNmwu1raKZm9atHJ8THiQizkYTKykdWraIb15TSE/edit?usp=docslist_api as a starting point)
I think in Golang， Array， Slice， and Map ， all of them are very difficult to use。
For example, I want to check whether an element in the array, get all the map key, or the map value into slice,
With two slice, intersection or union, the Slice sort, map sort, I found that the operation has no official function support, there is no official package, so it is very difficult to use, not a standard, efficient way.
Perhaps Golang should like PHP/Python built-in some common operations， Programming language is used to solve practical problems。
Yes, I would like that as well.