@cadey o_O

(One minor nitpick: the linux-vdso.so and ld-linux-x86_64.so aren't glibc-specific, the former is always inserted into a process by the kernel, and the latter is the dynamic linker, which can be glibc, musl, or something else.)

@cadey Seeing commented out code commited always seemed like a red flag to me. This codebase takes this to an extreme.

@ihabunek # isn't actually a comment character apparently, i fixed my section on randomness

@cadey The memory leaks you demonstrated are definitely not a good sign for the quality of V, but in general I would not consider memory leaks memory unsafety (even Rust doesn't, since they can't cause memory errors and preventing them statically turns out to be Hard).

@cadey This is exactly what I expected from V and I'm glad I wasn't disappointed

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