• Temporal memory safety and data race safety. In such cases it's hard to make an argument for zig, unless alongside some additional system of protection like memgc or rlbox. Zig also has a number of tools to help detect violations of temporal memory safety during testing. It certainly seems like just fixing spatial memory safety (going from c to zig) is a non-trivial improvement. I keep seeing discussions that equate zigs level of memory safety with c, or occasionally with rust. Mostly runtime mitigations. Nearly identical in both zig and rust. Zig in particular is still under rapid development and will likely change faster than this article updates. (). Continue reading.
• Temporal memory safety and data race safety.
A confederal Europe would provide an instrument for doing so gradually but without hesitation.
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