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March 03, 2005
Visual Studio plugin for D
http://reverie.xrea.jp/wiki/VSpluginD.html
I'm developing D IDE plugin for Visual Studio.net 2003 using VSIP SDK.
Currently only basic features available. 
-Project Creating
-Build
-Debug
I'm planning to integrate full D Language Service into it.
like code completion, method tips, etc.

Currently This plugin is not for practical use yet.
but, Anyone who's interested in.  Please test and report bug.
March 03, 2005
Cool!
But getting this (see attachment)
Seems like .dproj file extension was not registered during installation.
(My guess)

> I'm developing D IDE plugin for Visual Studio.net 2003 using VSIP SDK.
> Currently only basic features available.
> -Project Creating
> -Build
> -Debug
> I'm planning to integrate full D Language Service into it.
> like code completion, method tips, etc.
>
> Currently This plugin is not for practical use yet.
> but, Anyone who's interested in.  Please test and report bug.
>
>
March 03, 2005
Re: Visual Studio plugin for D
"rsl" <rsl_member@pathlink.com> wrote in message 
news:d07kf8$aka$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> http://reverie.xrea.jp/wiki/VSpluginD.html
> I'm developing D IDE plugin for Visual Studio.net 2003 using VSIP SDK.
> Currently only basic features available.
> -Project Creating
> -Build
> -Debug
> I'm planning to integrate full D Language Service into it.
> like code completion, method tips, etc.
>
> Currently This plugin is not for practical use yet.

I disagree - It is definately better than Notepad!

Thank you - and it is definately worth continued work if you have the time!

> but, Anyone who's interested in.  Please test and report bug.

It would be nice to be able to change the compiler path for the environment 
(for example, I don't have D installed at c:\dmd\bin\dmd.exe). Right now it 
looks like either move DMD or edit each project file.

Also, it would be nice to not be prompted for each build (or to be able to 
change this behaviour). See attached.

- Dave
March 03, 2005
Re: Cool!
In article <d07rkh$i6k$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Andrew Fedoniouk says...
>
>But getting this (see attachment)
>Seems like .dproj file extension was not registered during installation.
>(My guess)
>
Thanks! but I don't know why this error happened.
It's seems like plugin is not recognized from VS.
I think written registry information is anything wrong.

I tried to install plugin after clear registry information and VS reinstall. and
then plugin works.
Is there anyone else who get this error message "project type (.dproj) is not
installed"?
March 03, 2005
Re: Cool!
I have not full VS installation.
It is just a VC++.NET product.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/visualc/productinfo/overview/default.aspx
It uses common VS IDE though.

Andrew.

> Thanks! but I don't know why this error happened.
> It's seems like plugin is not recognized from VS.
> I think written registry information is anything wrong.
>
> I tried to install plugin after clear registry information and VS 
> reinstall. and
> then plugin works.
> Is there anyone else who get this error message "project type (.dproj) is 
> not
> installed"?
>
>
March 03, 2005
Re: Visual Studio plugin for D
In article <d0837r$2gui$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Dave says...
>It would be nice to be able to change the compiler path for the environment 
>(for example, I don't have D installed at c:\dmd\bin\dmd.exe). Right now it 
>looks like either move DMD or edit each project file.

I agreed. Compiler path and library path should not be project settings,
but common enviroment settings.  

>Also, it would be nice to not be prompted for each build (or to be able to 
>change this behaviour). See attached.

I haven't seen that message box yet. how you get that?
March 03, 2005
Re: Visual Studio plugin for D
"rsl" <rsl_member@pathlink.com> wrote in message 
news:d0853j$2ir4$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> In article <d0837r$2gui$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Dave says...
>>It would be nice to be able to change the compiler path for the 
>>environment
>>(for example, I don't have D installed at c:\dmd\bin\dmd.exe). Right now 
>>it
>>looks like either move DMD or edit each project file.
>
> I agreed. Compiler path and library path should not be project settings,
> but common enviroment settings.
>
>>Also, it would be nice to not be prompted for each build (or to be able to
>>change this behaviour). See attached.
>
> I haven't seen that message box yet. how you get that?
>

Each time I press F5 (or select Debug -> Start) to run after modifying a 
source file. This is the same behavior as C/C++ projects.

"Build" above is the wrong word - when I just do a build, it doesn't prompt.

Also, I noticed in the *.dproj files, there is this mis-spelling 
"InlineChenced" (I'm assuming it should be 'InlineChecked').

- Dave
March 03, 2005
Re: Cool!
In article <d084m4$2ifa$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Andrew Fedoniouk says...
>
>I have not full VS installation.
>It is just a VC++.NET product.
>http://msdn.microsoft.com/visualc/productinfo/overview/default.aspx
>It uses common VS IDE though.

I don't know whether this plugin works VS Standard Edition.
Probabry  VS Professional or above edition is required.

Try to this:
Replace existing files with this
http://reverie.xrea.jp/files/VSstandard.zip

Change registry value at 
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\
VisualStudio\7.1\Packages\{E0FD742F-AE46-4E5B-B685-9FA6F53D4B37}
MinEdition "professional" to "standard"
March 04, 2005
Re: Visual Studio plugin for D
In article <d087en$2l5k$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Dave says...
>Each time I press F5 (or select Debug -> Start) to run after modifying a 
>source file. This is the same behavior as C/C++ projects.

I'm also think this behavior is not necessary. 
I'll add checkbox or something else for not appeard this.

>Also, I noticed in the *.dproj files, there is this mis-spelling 
>"InlineChenced" (I'm assuming it should be 'InlineChecked').
Thanks!  It will be fixed soon.
March 04, 2005
Re: Visual Studio plugin for D
"rsl" <rsl_member@pathlink.com> wrote in message 
news:d08a2j$2nr0$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> In article <d087en$2l5k$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Dave says...
>>Each time I press F5 (or select Debug -> Start) to run after modifying a
>>source file. This is the same behavior as C/C++ projects.
>
> I'm also think this behavior is not necessary.
> I'll add checkbox or something else for not appeard this.
>
>>Also, I noticed in the *.dproj files, there is this mis-spelling
>>"InlineChenced" (I'm assuming it should be 'InlineChecked').
> Thanks!  It will be fixed soon.
>
>

A couple other things..

I noticed that a console window for the dmd compiler or linker is shown for 
a build. I'm thinking it is probably the linker.

I'm wondering if this can be suppressed and its output also redirected to 
the "Output" window for the IDE.

The other thing is that the object files don't end-up in the 'Release' and 
'Debug' folders but in the project root folder (nor are the Release and 
Debug folders ever created).

Thanks,

- Dave
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