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May 26, 2005
Re: Is D taking hold in the C++ world? - Let's forget C++
In article <d72tl7$i0j$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Sam says...
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>I'm not sure if this is relevant here, but I am an expert .NET developer and I
>have used C++ (through Microsoft's managed extensions with the Visual C++
>compiler) with the .NET framework.  Can the same be done with D or the D
>compiler?  If so, it would actually make D the language of choice for .NET
>development, at least in my book.  Or at least until the second version of C#
>comes out...
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>By the way, I think it can be done and wouldn't be that difficult to do.  It's
>just a matter of who has the time to do it.  But I think a lot of people would
>be interested in .NET development with the D language................
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>Or dare I say......................
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>The D# language!!!!!!!!!!!!

Someone already started a similar project (called D.net), but it stalled (I
think due to lack of time). Here's some information about it:
http://www.prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?DDotNet

I think he made use of D's open source frontend and combined it with his own
backend in VSC++.

jcc7
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