On Tuesday, 10 September 2013 at 16:15:55 UTC, André wrote:
I just tried it with the Kate and it's working like a charm! All
contributors keep up the good work :-) I really like the
client/server approach because it enables everyone to use his or
hers favourite editor.
Is there a blog or changelog which allows to follow the further
On Sunday, 1 September 2013 at 10:58:28 UTC, Brian Schott wrote:
* What is it?
DCD is a client and server program that work together to
provide autocomplete suggestions and function call tips to
almost any text editor that supports scripting or plugins.
* Who is it for?
People who would like autocomplete, but don't want to give up
their favorite editor for an IDE.
* Where is it?
* What does it look like?
There's a short demo video on Youtube:
* What editors does it work with?
Textadept, Kate/KDevelop, Vim, and Emacs. The Textadept
integration script is the reference implementation.
* This sounds a lot like GoCode
It does, doesn't it?
* Does it work?
Yes and no. DCD is fairly new, and not all of the features
you'd expect from a D autocompletion engine are present. I do
feel that it's enough of an improvement over not having
autocomplete to make this alpha announcement.
* Should I file bug reports in this announcement thread?
No. Add them here: