I went to godbolt in the middle of the night and found it extremely bright and started wondering if it could respect the system setting.
There is a CSS media feature prefers-color-scheme which indicates whether the user prefers light or dark mode. It might be nice to make the default dark mode if the user hasn't explicitly picked one yet be "System" and using the prefers-color-scheme settin
I noticed that there's a variety of differences in loop iterations across languages. Kotlin has 1..1000000 which means going 1_000_000 times, from 1 through 1_000_000 inclusive. Some of the other implementations seem to be off from that by 1 in some direction or other, e.g., the Java version actually executes from 1 to 999_999. Obviously missing one iteration doesn't make any difference to any b
The examples don't run on Travis right now because they fail - the older version of libclang there, even when installing the most recent one from apt, doesn't work the same way as libclang 6.0. The CI script should manually download the right libclang version, just like dstep does.