This page is based on an old list of what works and not, and is probably not properly up-to-date, especially with regards to known bugs.
C parity Done
- All flow control constructs from C: blocks,
- All types inherited from C: chars, integers, floats, static arrays, pointers.
- Module, import, variable and function declarations.
- Assignment, arithmetic, comparison, address of, dereference, call, index expressions.
- Integer, floating point and string literals.
- Constant folding for these.
Higher level features
- Control flow constructs:
- struct operators
- implemented, known bugs Classes and interfaces.
- Types with various bugs
- Associative arrays
- Dynamic arrays
- Protection attributes.
- Nested functions
Generics / templates (has bugs)
- Type parameters.
- Value parameters.
- Alias parameters.
- Conditional compilation:
- Some reflection
- Some other language support
Notably missing/not fully implemented is allocation support.
- Annotations (they are added to the semantic tree, but cannot be used for much yet)
- A different approach to compile time reflection - most of the information is not plugged in yet though
Planned / started
- Completing and solidifying runtime reflection
- Allocator support - this does not necessarily mean a GC
- Improved library support
- Other stuffs