On Thursday, 16 February 2017 at 19:58:47 UTC, Rory McGuire wrote:
I am planning on asking to become TU for the dlang packages in
community. I've been building and working with the current
and making my own packages to make sure I know what I'm getting
LDC and GDC are matched with the system versions of llvm and
gcc. If I
can get TU approval I will put time in to these packages and
make some Arch tools that use dlang to try and promote it more.
To learn makepkg and nampac etc I built this , it is a set of
PKGBUILD files that are loosely based on the way I use multiple
official dmd compilers on my dev box. Some of my customers use
version of Vibe that do not build on current dmd. I actually
use /usr/local/ and not /usr/lib for my dmd installation. It
a little utility for switching between compilers versions,
I just saw that you pushed out new versions for LDC and Phobos -
thanks a lot for doing this!
Your work is highly appreciated :)
If I can get TU approval I will put time in to these packages
and hopefully make some Arch tools that use dlang to try and
promote it more.
Awesome! I am really looking forward to this!
Please let us know if there's any way we can help you to make
this process easier.