On Wednesday, 2 September 2015 at 09:07:24 UTC, Chris wrote:
On Tuesday, 1 September 2015 at 21:36:46 UTC, Brian Schott wrote:

After an alpha, a beta, and two release candidates DCD 0.7.0 is ready.

The D Completion Daemon is an auto-complete program for the D programming language.

* A large portion of DCD's symbol resolution engine was removed and
  placed into the new dsymbol project.
* Several design bugs with the cache invalidation process were fixed.
  (TLA+ was helpful with this)
* Regression testing! DCD now has regression tests. This was long overdue... Information on the tests can be found on the testing
  wiki page
* DCD now uses the latest version of std.experimental.allocator. * Added the ability to ask the client to list the paths that are
  registered with the server.
* Removed all editor plugins from the DCD repository. All editor plugins were maintained outside of this repository anyways, so this was more-or-less a dead code removal. Links to editor plugins
  and IDEs can be found on the wiki
* Support 2.068 syntax. The only thing that really changed is that "inline" and "mangle" are now on the list of "pragma" autocomplete suggestions.
* Add "__LINE__", "__FILE__", and other built-in symbols to
  autocomplete suggestions.
* Correctly expand the current working directory when starting the
  server with -I options specifying relative paths.
* Fixed many bugs: https://github.com/Hackerpilot/DCD/issues?q=milestone%3A0.7.0

Thanks, great stuff! One thing you say it's been tested with 2.067.1, but for this version it gives the following error message:

Error: module meta is in file 'std/meta.d' which cannot be read
import path[0] = containers/src
import path[1] = msgpack-d/src
import path[2] = libdparse/src
import path[3] = dsymbol/src
import path[4] = containers/experimental_allocator/src

I had to use 2.068.0 to compile it.


Why do I get this error when placing the dmd folder in ~./textadept/modules

.textadept/modules/dmd/init.lua:355: table index is nil

I get the same error when I place it in the "textadepthome"/modules

So far I haven't been able to make Dscanner work with Textadept.

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