On Friday, 29 September 2017 at 07:18:42 UTC, Martin Tschierschke
On Wednesday, 27 September 2017 at 12:34:33 UTC, Dmitry wrote:
On Wednesday, 27 September 2017 at 08:00:21 UTC, Traktor Toni
The IDE should contain the compiler for convenience
I think that including DMD & Co. into DlangIde is not the right
but offering one D-NOW download package including everything
needed to get started DMD, DUB, IDE etc. seams interesting.
Especially adding a collection of short D examples:
Maybe those from the website homepage + examples D-Lang Tour +
some of Adams arsd.
So you start one installation and in the end you have a bunch
of small valuable programs to play around.
I don't get it. Install dlangide, install DMD (which comes with
dub). What's the difficulty in this? If you want to debug, asm,
etc. then you should have enough knowledge such that getting a
debugger etc. is not a big deal.
Nodejs doesn't have any if that and its core packages are much
worst than D's (except HTTP). But we use it cus its got packages
for everything s beginners want to do. code.dlang.org
We wanna get the job done.