On Monday, 26 October 2015 at 01:39:52 UTC, Elie Morisse wrote:
On Sunday, 25 October 2015 at 21:42:15 UTC, Stefan wrote:
// compile with: ldc2 -cpp-args -std=gnu++11 main.d
modmap (C++) "cmath";
import (C++) std._;
gives a lot of "error: constexpr function never produces a
constant expression" messages. Not sure this is supposed to
It's fixed with the latest commit.
any chance of some release builds on github when the time is
right? I've tried a few times, and somewhat embarrassingly each
time I get a bit further, but still never made it to a usable
version of ldc-calypso. I didn't want to file bug report as
figure you have better things to do at this stage and it's a
moving target. ldc itself I can compile fine (without your mods).
I'd be interested in seeing if quantlib is usable. it's a
library that's quite popular in finance world, and might open up
the set of people that are interested in exploring D.