On 09.05.2015 04:58, Mike wrote:
On Saturday, 9 May 2015 at 02:31:09 UTC, Elie Morisse wrote:

Calypso just got a D translation of the first Qt5 Widgets tutorial
building and running:


Result: http://homo-nebulus.fr/dlang/oh%20my.webm

Compilation log: https://paste.kde.org/pewbbsw45

Previously Calypso was merely able to work with STL types, this is the
first time a large C++ library is successfully mapped and used by D
code (Ogre3D is probably close as well, but after Kagamin's suggestion
and for a change of scene I switched my focus from Ogre3D to Qt).

Wow! Game changing work here, IMO!

Question:  You are using a modified version of LDC, but is that compiler
required to consume link to a library created with that custom
compiler?  What I mean is:  Can you use this modified version of LDC to
create a library, and then use a generic D compiler to build an
application that links to that library?


Very impressive indeed!

Probably discussed before, but as an alternative to a library, would it be possible to use the header generation (-H) to emit .di files compatible with other compilers?

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