On Wednesday, 8 April 2015 at 17:58:18 UTC, Kelet wrote:
On Tuesday, 7 April 2015 at 05:45:16 UTC, Baz wrote:
I'm pleased to announce the first beta of Coedit, the small
IDE for the D programming language, based on DMD.
This version introduces:
- the option editor.
- metad, a meta GIT repository composed of static libraries
easily buildable with Coedit.
- DCD integration: call tips and DDoc comments as hints.
- symbol list based on libdparse (formerly called the _static
- Change log and short intro to the new features:
- Binaries for win32:
- Binaries for Nux64:
I'm glad to see another IDE on the playing field. Interesting
that it's written in FreePascal and utilizing Lazarus
components. I always thought it was a good but underutilized
tool set. For now, I'm just reading the wiki (which is
well-populated), but I look forward to giving it a try sometime
After a quick trial run, I'm quite impressed on how well it runs
on my rather sluggish computer. All of the features seem to be in
place and the documentation is well written.
My only complaint lies in the seemingly low level of integration
between coedit and DUB. DUB is quickly becoming ubiquitous in the
D community. While it seems like I can build and execute my
project using DUB, I have to maintain 2 separate project
configurations -- one for DUB and one for coedit.
Do you think you will ever be so inclined to have coedit support
opening a DUB package file (i.e., dub.json)? I think that would
sway me to becoming a regular user.
But perhaps I misunderstand something here..