On 25.10.2017 18:05, Mike Parker wrote:
In preparation for an upcoming blog series, and partly as a reaction to the "Windows is a second-class citizen" criticisms that have been cropping up lately, I've put together a primer on getting set up to use C and D together on Windows. It includes some background on why we need to install the MS toolchain to produce 64-bit binaries.

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Thanks for the nice article. Two minor remarks:

- the D installer already creates batch files dmd2vars32.bat and dmd2vars64.bat that modify the PATH environment variable (but don't include the DMC path)

- DMD doesn't need lib.exe to build static libraries, that's built into DMD.

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