What the general idea of HL target? I know, that it is a VM and compiles fast and can be compiled as C.
But hxcpp already had a CPPIA, which is sometihng like VM and compiles fast. AFAIK it can access to native things thru host app. Also, hxcpp can use C libs as well.
So, I know it’s a general question, but why HL?
Isn’t it will be better to improve hxcpp and cppia?
The problem I see is that only Hugh works on cpp target (in general). And only @ncannasse works on HL (in general). Isn’t it better to work together on something one?
Also, from the user side, it’s not easy to support externs for both native targets.
And as a user I’m worrying about future of HL, because it is started as Neko which is pretty dead now. What will happend, when HL will stops active development? How many developers will support it? Will it die as a Neko?