GC subsystems promoted as solving all crippling problems have existed long enough that if they really were usable, they would be used everywhere. Apparently, either such GC solutions cannot be packaged in such a way that they can be used in each new project, or they impose constraints incompatible with other system-level requirements. Or both. Or, maybe, no GC system actually does solve all the crippling problems, in real programs that run on real machines
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