On 20/03/2015 04:12, Manu via Digitalmars-d-announce wrote:
On 19 March 2015 at 07:12, Bruno Medeiros via Digitalmars-d-announce
On 18/03/2015 00:12, Trent Forkert wrote:
Unless something has changed recently, it shouldn't require dub. Last
time I checked, my CMake work could still generate projects for
Eclipse from a D codebase, using Makefiles or Ninja. Not that that helps
if you are creating a project from an Eclipse Wizard, which I haven't
done in a long time.
What kind of Eclipse projects does it generate? If it generates CDT
projects, it's not really much help as CDT doesn't understand D (duh),
and DDT doesn't work with CDT projects (also duh).
Why is that 'duh'? I would expect nothing less than for DDT and CDT to
Fair enough on that last 'duh', it could have been that DDT integrated
VisualD and Mono-D interact extensively with the existing C/C++
toolsets present on those platforms.
Do they now? I'm inclined to try them out again because I'm a bit
skeptical of that comment, as least in how it applies to this discussion.
For example, does Mono-D allow to seamlessly create a crossplatform
"solution" with a D project interacting with a C project (and/or the
opposite). And what exactly "seamlessly" means here, what is offered in
Mono-D that couldn't be done in DDT?