Kore moving to C

Kore, the low-level library powering Armory [is moving to C ]

What does that means ?

I found some answer :

Easy use from most languages, stable binary interface, faster compile times and getting far away from the craziness going on in the C++ standards committee.

The only things it means in practice for Armory is that compile times will be a bit faster (if you use hxcpp or hashlink - doesn’t matter when you use Krom of course) and performance will be improved a little (because I also rework how memory is handled in Kore while porting it to C).

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