On Tuesday, 28 October 2014 at 01:29:32 UTC, Brian Schott wrote: No. Really. I'm serious. https://github.com/Hackerpilot/dfix dfix is a tool for automatically upgrading older D syntax to the newer style. * Updates old-style alias syntax to new-style * Fixes implicit concatenation of string
I tried running your code and could observe the behavior. Although I have not been able to figure you why it behaves like this. In general there are a couple of things to think of and watch out for when interfacing between D and Objective-C : * The D compiler does not support any form of ARC,
On 2014-10-29 16:09, Christian Schneider wrote: DStep was not very helpful when I tried it, it wanted to find all the referenced includes, which of course can be quite complicated when trying to get foundation and appkit headers processed. How do you mean? That it can't find stdarg.h and
In the future I hope to make it possible to use pass a framework to DStep and it will create bindings for the whole framework. That would be so cool! Btw, fixed the example, thanks for giving me the right clues. Of course, it was just the manual memory management à la Objective-C that was
On Tue, 28 Oct 2014 01:29:30 + Brian Schott via Digitalmars-d-announce email@example.com wrote: No. Really. I'm serious. https://github.com/Hackerpilot/dfix dfix is a tool for automatically upgrading older D syntax to the newer style. * Updates old-style alias
On 10/28/2014 09:07 AM, Daniel N wrote: Awesome, would be nice if it was included with the default install for 2.067+ It says 0.1.x, maybe when it's over 0.5.x :). In any case I'm really glad to see this moving forward.
This is the first post on my new blog https://code.dawg.eu/. It starts with a 3 part series on reducing vibe.d turnaround times during development. https://code.dawg.eu/reducing-vibed-turnaround-time-part-1-faster-linking.html There is also a friendly comment system.
On Friday, 17 October 2014 at 11:30:48 UTC, Marc Schütz wrote: Marginally related: Page fault handling in user space. http://lwn.net/Articles/615086/ Maybe this can be used as an alternative to forking. Definitely good news for moving GCs.
On Wednesday, 8 October 2014 at 18:25:00 UTC, Rainer Schuetze wrote: I'm benchmarking my Windows version of a concurrent GC with it. It does quite a lot of allocations, and this is causing some serious trouble because marking cannot compete with the rate of allocation, causing some tests to