Most notable change since DConf is that on Windows, Digger can now build D from source (including x64 versions) without requiring Git or Visual Studio to be installed. It achieves this by downloading and locally installing (unpacking) all the software it needs.

Windows binaries:

Digger is a tool for working with D's source code and its history. It can build D (including older D versions), customize the build with pending pull requests or forks, and find the exact pull request which introduced a regression (or fixed a bug). It comes together with a web interface which makes building D from source trivial even for people new to D, Git or the command line.

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