On 15.04.2014 01:25, Meta wrote:
On Saturday, 12 April 2014 at 09:44:15 UTC, Rainer Schuetze wrote:

an "official" release of Visual D is long overdue, so here it is with
a selection of interesting changes:

* added support for string import dependencies (needs dmd 2.065)
* improved library path handling and defaults for x64
* added source control support for git in VS2013 (and maybe others)
* mute flood of errors by NuGet when building
* improved completion and integration with D_Parser
  - completion box now displays appropriate icon and tool tip
  - completion on selective import now lists identifiers from imported
  - parameter tool tips now use prototype from D_Parser and shows doc
* updated to cv2pdb 0.31 with support for VS2013 and DWARF from gcc 4.8
* updated to mago 0.9

For a complete list of changes, see here:

Thanks to Alexander Bothe for helping with the integration of his
excellent D parser library (https://github.com/aBothe/D_Parser) that
also powers Mono-D. Visual D's own semantic analyzer cannot compete
any longer both in speed and correctness and should be considered
deprecated to avoid blocking integration of other features.

The installer can be found here:

Visual D is a Visual Studio extension that adds D language support to
VS2005-20013 and is written in D. Its source code can be found on
github: https://github.com/D-Programming-Language/visuald

BTW: if you are looking for the bleeding edge of Visual D intermediate
releases, checkout this link from time to time:


Now when trying to debug with Mago, I get the error message: "Cannot
launch debugger on <filepath>

hr = 8910016"

see https://issues.dlang.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12565

Denis already figured out the cause: mago was now built with VS2013, but the MS runtime library DLLs are not part of the install.

I have rebuilt mago with static linkage of the CRT, please try this one: https://github.com/D-Programming-Language/visuald/releases/tag/v0.3.38-1

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