On Sunday, 29 January 2017 at 01:06:32 UTC, dminded wrote:
On Saturday, 28 January 2017 at 23:55:58 UTC, Basile B. wrote:
On Saturday, 28 January 2017 at 22:18:52 UTC, dminded wrote:
On Friday, 27 January 2017 at 04:48:56 UTC, Basile B. wrote:
This would probably have been a RC or even the final version
if I hadn't to wait for the development platform I use to
reach its next milestone, which may not happen before the
next spring, so another beta is worth.
All important information, links and other downloads are
You can report any problem here:
If you have questions, exactly today, I'll probably be there:
irc://irc.freenode.net/d as "DotBatch"
I am new to dlang and wanted to try out Coedit. But it does
not run on my platform... I tried the zip archive and the
installer for the 64-bit version. I am running Linux Mint 18
Cinnamon x86_64. Running "coedit" will log me out of the
current session!? Any idea whats going on?
1/ Do you have a proper GTK2 runtime environment ?
Try to verify with this command: pkg-config --modversion
2/ If you replace dastworx by this new version, does it still
3/ You can try to log the output by launching from a console:
coedit > cecession.txt
Do 2/, if it still crashes then do 3/
Thank you. I got it working and Hello World compiles and runs
... I followed the 'Setup program' instructions, but skipped
the important point above the heading: "In all the cases, the
DMD D2 compiler must setup and its location has to match to one
of the directory of the PATH environment variable.". I only
had ldc2 installed. After installing dmd coedit did work.
After playing around a bit i noticed, that something is wrong
with the project management. While the single Hello world
compiles and runs, I can not compile a project. i get the
- has been successfully compiled
- output executable missing: /tmp/app
I found the compiled 'app' file next to the coedit executable.
Also the 'project inspector' seems not to work. When i add
files, they are not listed there.
Something seems not to be setup properly on my machine.
I'm on IRC right now. Communication on the forum is really
painfull, it looks like I need to explain a few things. Also you
can ask questions on the bugtracker, although it's the same
problem as here (not real time...).