Re: dmd for Haiku OS

2022-10-31 Thread Brian Callahan via Digitalmars-d-learn

On Monday, 31 October 2022 at 17:31:58 UTC, Sergey wrote:

Story about porting to OpenBSD:

Following up on my own blog post, I would definitely recommend 
using GCC 11.2 as the version to use to bootstrap GDC to Haiku. I 
think that's the last one before the move to GDC being written in 
D. Once you've made the bootstrap GDC, then move to the latest 
release (12.2) and you can continue moving forward with that as 
new releases are made.


Re: dmd for Haiku OS

2022-10-31 Thread Sergey via Digitalmars-d-learn

On Thursday, 28 February 2019 at 13:17:44 UTC, MGW wrote:

Sorry for Zombie-thread. Just saw the news that wayland was 
ported to Haiku and was curious if somebody using D in it 

I have recently looked through Haiku OS and got surprised to 
find there dmd 2.072.
There was only running file but Phobos and DrinTime were 

Are there any plans to port dmd to Haiku OS nowadays?
Is there a manual (example) on dmd porting on Haiku OS?

I'm not sure, because there are many more important and more 
valuable things to do for main core developers. Haiku has very 
low market share and users.
But AFAIK Haiku is using GCC and has C++. So maybe (actually I 
don't know) it is possible to bootstrap GDC from some older 

Also some related links below, which could be helpful, just in 
case someone will find this thread and decided to try.

Haiku and DMD related links:!/?bcguid=bc1-KHWR=besly,fatelk,haikuports=x86_64=FEATURED=dmd

Story about porting to OpenBSD:

Good luck and have fun :)