On Saturday, 5 August 2017 at 16:22:18 UTC, Russel Winder wrote:
As far as I can tell there are no good D development
environments in the way there are C++, Go, Rust ones. I have no
idea about Visual D since that involves Visual Studio which I
think involves Windows and possibly money – though paying for a
good development environment does usually imply better quality,
support and maintenance.
About 90% of computers uses Windows, but D on Linux supported
better (for example, VS Code and Mono-D has debugging support).
Visual D also has some problems that sensitive for newbies. For
example, no DUB support.
P.S. I don't meant all possible features for IDE (like available
for Visual Studio + C# + Resharper, etc). Personally for me it
is: debugger, base refactoring, definition goto.