W dniu 16.08.2013 15:32, Bruno Medeiros pisze:
On 15/08/2013 22:07, Piotr Szturmaj wrote:
W dniu 15.08.2013 21:20, Bruno Medeiros pisze:
A new version of DDT - D Development tools is out.
The major change is the new parser which is updated to the latest
version of D, and is much more robust than the previous one.

Full changelog/info here:

Note that Juno and Kepler versions of Eclipse are not supported if they
contain DLTK. If you wanna use Juno/Kepler, download a package without
DLTK. Supported for the latest versions of DLTK will be added in the

Cool! It doesn't work with nodeclipse so it must be uninstalled (this
may be done after installing DDT). Then it seems to be working, but user
should setup DMD paths manually if he's on Linux like me (I'm on Ubuntu
12.10). Paths for DMD should be set up to /usr/bin/dmd for executable
and /usr/include/dmd/druntime/import,
/usr/include/dmd/phobos for libraries.

What do you mean "manually"? If you add a compiler installation by
pointing to the DMD compiler executable at /usr/bin/dmd then the library
paths should be filled automatically.

I've pointed path to the DMD compiler executable but the library paths weren't filled automatically. Maybe it's a bug? (eclipse CDT Kepler)

You still have to manually add the compiler installation by pointing to
the DMD compiler executable, yes. I guess that step could be automated
too, in Linux.

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