On Wednesday, 25 May 2016 at 20:31:34 UTC, pineapple wrote:
A few weeks ago I made a github repo for D modules. I'm adding
to this as I learn the language, and as I find myself writing
modules to support other code.
It hasn't got a lot at the moment, but it will grow for as long
as I'm writing D. I suspect that will be a rather long time.
Currently contains such modules as:
mach.error.unit - Provides a better alternative to littering
unittest blocks with "assert"s where if an assert fails there's
no information regarding why. assert(a == b); vs. testeq(a, b);
mach.math.round - Accepts templates for source and target
mach.text.english.plural - Reasonably accurate pluralization of
My focus currently is on developing mach.sdl, a wrapper for
SDL2 and OpenGL, since ultimately I'd like to use D primarily
for game development.
I hope the library proves useful!
That's great news!
A bit off-topic, but I can't help to say it.
I know that writing your own library is fun, but something that I
see quite often when looking at e.g.
is that people love to collect and build their own ecosystem, but
it would be a lot better if for a specific use-case there's a
great dub package or it's part of Phobos.
-> sounds like a feature that could be useful for everyone. How
about making a PR to Phobos?