[swift-dev] Bootstrapping Swift compiler

AlexDenisov 1101.debian at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 23:35:19 CST 2015

Swift is heavily depends on LLVM, which is written in C++.
Seems it’s not going happen in the near future since there are no plans for C++ <> Swift interoperability (yet?).
Software Engineer, http://lowlevelbits.org

> On 04 Dec 2015, at 03:39, 出水 厚輝 <demmys.atsuki at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there any schedules or ideas concerning a bootstrapping Swift?
> I think all Swift users have an ability to be a good committer, except for his/her skills in C++.
> And also I think Swift can be the swiftest and most readable language in the future.
> So isn't it natural to the Swift compiler to be self-hosted?
> Thank you for your time.
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