On 23/05/2015 1:12 a.m., JohnnyK wrote:
On Wednesday, 13 May 2015 at 10:26:10 UTC, Vadim Lopatin wrote:
On Tuesday, 12 May 2015 at 21:03:05 UTC, JohnnyK wrote:
On Friday, 6 February 2015 at 14:03:07 UTC, Vadim Lopatin wrote:
I'm working on cross-platform D language IDE - DlangIDE.
It's written in D using DlangUI based GUI.
Project on GitHub: https://github.com/buggins/dlangide
It's in alpha stage but already allows:
* Open DUB based projects
* Edit source files
* Build and run projects using DUB
* D source code syntax highlight
Requires DUB for building projects.
Features missing so far:
* Debugging support
* Code completion
* Code folding
* Go to definition
* Smart indentation
Is DUB required to install and use the IDE?
DUB is required to build IDE, and to build and run projects using
Thanks for the reply. Is the IDE ever going to be a full install package
that can be deployed like the compiler (ie.. Windows setup, Linux
package, or Mac install)? IMHO dub is too confusing, very proprietary
and is not user friendly at all for people that are new to the
language. An IDE with a nice install package for the OS your using
would put it on par with every other language out there and make it seem
more like a professional language system.
Dub is not at all proprietary. It is the exact opposite.
However it is meant for building dev copies not install copies of
projects. Aka its not an installer.
Regarding dlangide's future no idea. My guess is till most features are
implemented, installation packages will take a back seat.