> I read your reasons why you're not using DStep. But I still think it's a
> shame that you chose to create a new tool instead of contributing to DStep.
> That's the unfortunate issue with the D community. Everyone is creating
> their on projects instead of working together. That's why the progress
> is so slow.

How would you address those issues?  My intermediate data structures
have evolved quite a lot and I'm glad that I wasn't dragging dstep along
as I tried to figure it out.

The model now is more similar to dstep than it was at some points.  For
a while, I was writing to multiple files.  This tool has a long way to
go, and it may make sense to move it into dstep in the future.

Paul O'Neil
Github / IRC: todayman

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