I think it really depends what the implications of 'trying out' GC - I've got no experience using GC in C++ but plenty with languages that do implement it behind the scenes and of course I love it because I'm inherently lazy.  I assume that potentially mixing and matching GC and non-GC code would be a bad idea - but the idea of going all GC would surely be a huge piece of work?


On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 6:34 PM, Ted Felix <ted@tedfelix.com> wrote:
> But IMO garbage collection still has a lot to offer us.

   I have no experience with garbage collection, but I would be
concerned about something that can be unpredictable in a time-critical
system like rosegarden.  My impression is that near-real-time and
garbage collection do not mix.


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