> Why isn't Compile-Time-Garbage-Collection feasible? Consider a Java
> compiler which produces assembly code for a specific target instead of
> Java's bytecode cenario. The objective is to use Java without the need
> for a GC or VM.
Java sucks nearly every time.
GC not always.
Why do you want to avoid GC?
If you want a language that has GC but nevertheless
is performant, use OCaml.