On Tuesday, 24 March 2015 at 11:48:48 UTC, Szymon Gatner wrote:
On Tuesday, 24 March 2015 at 00:26:13 UTC, Daniel Murphy wrote:
"Szymon Gatner" wrote in message
i really try not to be whiny about it but it is sooo
frustrating. d advertises itself as easy to integrate with
c/c++ and maybe in theory it is but in practice it is not
true at all. simplest example from Adam's book I followed
crashed miserable so I can only assume that -nobody- is
mixing c++ with d on Win.
DDMD is mixing D and C++ on all the autotester platforms.
It's not that simple, but it should be possible.
Honestly, I am not willing to try even less mature compiler
(last month it was finished?) to try the feature that does not
work in the reference one.
Don't get me wrong, we do want to be early adopters, but there
is nothing to adopt yet.
So, Adam's book worked pretty well for me. What specific issues
are you having?
I remember asking StackOverflow about one particular issue I was
having getting functions to work with SAS, and Adam responded in
half an hour. Before that though, I already had the answer to the
question. Perhaps the question might help you: