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A few days ago, Google announced PNaCl, a portable bytecode for the web based on the LLVM IR. I haven't looked into it much, but it seems that this would be an ideal opportunity to use D in a web app.

https://developers.google.com/native-client/sdk/release-notes#pepper_24

Are there any LDC devs here that could assess how feasible this is?
This page provides notes for all releases of the Native Client SDK (including releases that have been or will be published subsequent to Pepper 22). Pepper 24 (5 December 2012). The Pepper 24 bundle f...
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I'm most concerned with high performance (and portable) games inside the browser. D would be perfect for that kind of thing.
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Brilliant!
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KOKOT!!!
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Games programmer currently working at the Codemasters Racing Studio. Interested in programming, language design in particular. Actively following the D programming language.
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