WOW! Now that is a truly Zen like interpretation;-)
yeah, I agree
So I guess she's arguing for a new C++ compiler and runtime that does ref counting auto deletion of heap memory.
They should have made that and called THAT C#. With a non IL standard defined library so it could be implemented everywhere like C and C++. The GNU version could have been
g# mycode.gs -o app
First, ref counting is the worst possible way to do garbage collection. It doesn't handle cycles.
Second, C# *IS* standardized and *CAN* be implemented everywhere, and *IS* being implemented everywhere (Mono and Portable.NET are two such examples). I prefer the IL approach, especially since it's optimized for compilation. Well written .NET applications
run every bit as fast as native applications. So I don't understand you're criticisms. If it's C++ elitism, well, there's C++/CLI, also a standard, I believe.