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    Part 2 came out yesterday too: https://dlang.org/blog/2022/10/08/dip1000-memory-safety-in-a-modern-systems-programming-language-part-2/

    I’ve been using D now for a very long time and I still have barely touched any of this safe attribute stuff. By the sounds of the blog, this dip1000 thing makes safe into something actually somewhat valuable… but it is still a bit niche if you ask me and since it takes two things to opt in (a compiler switch and an attribute on the function in the code) that’s just a bit far away.