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The ARC vs non-ARC situation adds yet another layer of complexity to creating cross platform code…

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/12/10

Interesting rant on the Delphi cross platform situation, for which this is a reminder to see how the current situation is after 2.5 years: [WayBack] The ARC vs non-ARC situation adds yet another layer of complexity to creating cross platform code. The Linux compiler uses ARC – while Windows and OSX don’t… – Lars Fosdal – Google+

–jeroen

2 Responses to “The ARC vs non-ARC situation adds yet another layer of complexity to creating cross platform code…”

  1. Thorsten said

    Given they already started removing ARC and stated they intend to continue that for all platforms, I would think this is a non-issue now (or rather, will be)?

    • jpluimers said

      It starts to become a non-issue, but has been an issue for a long time (I waited a few years before scheduling this post 2 years ago hoping it would have been resolved by now: it still isn’t).

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