On Tuesday, 17 May 2016 at 14:04:04 UTC, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
New DDT release out: dfmt support, performance improvements to
semantic operations, more build command customization, fixes.
Please see changelog for full list:
Since DDT has generally been quite stable, and since the
current release is very close to the end-game vision I had for
a D IDE - at least as far as my free time would allow to create
- I've decided to version this as 1.0. I've been working for
nearly 8 years on this project after all (with some
intermission periods), so I guess 1.0 was a bit due... O.o'
I expect it will mainly be small updates from now on, not any
major new features (other than perhaps DCD support).
For Eclipse/DDT under Windows now you can use Mago-MI debugger
for debugging of DMD/x86 generated programs.
Precompiled binaries are available in DlangIDE release bundle.
Added support for a lot of GDB/MI commands.
Compatibility with GDB fixed.
Tested with Eclipse/DDT.
You can build dmd/x86 project in Eclipse/DDT, start debugging,
use breakpoints, step in/out/over, see threads, stack frames,
Just change Debug Configuration / Debugger setting - from GDB to
Mago-MI thread on Announce: