June 20, 2012
Hi Guys

I started learning D language and I am so happy that it is so
powerful as C# or Java. But it seems there is no fully-fledged
IDE for D language yet. And I would like to spend my time to
write one, I was thinking about using Visual Studio or Qt Creator
for it.

I would like to ask if there is any need in writing IDE at this
moment?

P.S. I already have experience writing IDE in Visaul Studio (as
example have a look at full-fledged)
June 20, 2012
> I would like to ask if there is any need in writing IDE at this
> moment?

i would suggest you take a few steps back. scan the newsgroups for information about what people in the d community expect from an _ideal_ d ide. there were actual a couple threads about this lately. i'm confident you  might want to rethink some of your own ideas after reading those. ;)

somebody also announced a mini- ide written in d the last days and might be looking for help. you can find it here: https://github.com/dnewbie/dpj


June 20, 2012
You may want to check out VisualD which is a visual studio addon IDE that
is extremely handy and functional.
On Jun 20, 2012 1:32 PM, "Mirko Pilger" <pilger@cymotec.de> wrote:

> I would like to ask if there is any need in writing IDE at this
>> moment?
>>
>
> i would suggest you take a few steps back. scan the newsgroups for information about what people in the d community expect from an _ideal_ d ide. there were actual a couple threads about this lately. i'm confident you  might want to rethink some of your own ideas after reading those. ;)
>
> somebody also announced a mini- ide written in d the last days and might be looking for help. you can find it here: https://github.com/dnewbie/dpj
>
>
>


June 20, 2012
Le mercredi 20 juin 2012 à 14:01 -0500, Jimmy Cao a écrit :
> You may want to check out VisualD which is a visual studio addon IDE that is extremely handy and functional.
> 
> On Jun 20, 2012 1:32 PM, "Mirko Pilger" <pilger@cymotec.de> wrote:
>                 I would like to ask if there is any need in writing
>                 IDE at this
>                 moment?
> 
>         i would suggest you take a few steps back. scan the newsgroups
>         for information about what people in the d community expect
>         from an _ideal_ d ide. there were actual a couple threads
>         about this lately. i'm confident you  might want to rethink
>         some of your own ideas after reading those. ;)
> 
>         somebody also announced a mini- ide written in d the last days
>         and might be looking for help. you can find it here:
>         https://github.com/dnewbie/dpj
> 
> 

A D IDE for only windows while D is use by Windows,Apple and Linux is a really a bad idea

my 2 cents

June 20, 2012
On 2012-06-20 22:11, bioinfornatics wrote:
> Le mercredi 20 juin 2012 à 14:01 -0500, Jimmy Cao a écrit :
>> You may want to check out VisualD which is a visual studio addon IDE
>> that is extremely handy and functional.
>>
>> On Jun 20, 2012 1:32 PM, "Mirko Pilger"<pilger@cymotec.de>  wrote:
>>                  I would like to ask if there is any need in writing
>>                  IDE at this
>>                  moment?
>>
>>          i would suggest you take a few steps back. scan the newsgroups
>>          for information about what people in the d community expect
>>          from an _ideal_ d ide. there were actual a couple threads
>>          about this lately. i'm confident you  might want to rethink
>>          some of your own ideas after reading those. ;)
>>
>>          somebody also announced a mini- ide written in d the last days
>>          and might be looking for help. you can find it here:
>>          https://github.com/dnewbie/dpj
>>
>>
>
> A D IDE for only windows while D is use by Windows,Apple and Linux is a
> really a bad idea
>
> my 2 cents
>

DDT, a plugin for Eclipse is an alternative.

-- 
/Jacob Carlborg
June 21, 2012
Sometimes people focus on Windows programming.

He mentioned Visual Studio and C#, so that's why I brought up VisualD.

2012/6/20 bioinfornatics <bioinfornatics@fedoraproject.org>

> Le mercredi 20 juin 2012 à 14:01 -0500, Jimmy Cao a écrit :
> > You may want to check out VisualD which is a visual studio addon IDE that is extremely handy and functional.
> >
> > On Jun 20, 2012 1:32 PM, "Mirko Pilger" <pilger@cymotec.de> wrote:
> >                 I would like to ask if there is any need in writing
> >                 IDE at this
> >                 moment?
> >
> >         i would suggest you take a few steps back. scan the newsgroups
> >         for information about what people in the d community expect
> >         from an _ideal_ d ide. there were actual a couple threads
> >         about this lately. i'm confident you  might want to rethink
> >         some of your own ideas after reading those. ;)
> >
> >         somebody also announced a mini- ide written in d the last days
> >         and might be looking for help. you can find it here:
> >         https://github.com/dnewbie/dpj
> >
> >
>
> A D IDE for only windows while D is use by Windows,Apple and Linux is a really a bad idea
>
> my 2 cents
>
>


June 21, 2012
Am 20.06.2012 22:11, schrieb bioinfornatics:
> Le mercredi 20 juin 2012 à 14:01 -0500, Jimmy Cao a écrit :
>> You may want to check out VisualD which is a visual studio addon IDE
>> that is extremely handy and functional.
>>
>> On Jun 20, 2012 1:32 PM, "Mirko Pilger"<pilger@cymotec.de>  wrote:
>>                  I would like to ask if there is any need in writing
>>                  IDE at this
>>                  moment?
>>
>>          i would suggest you take a few steps back. scan the newsgroups
>>          for information about what people in the d community expect
>>          from an _ideal_ d ide. there were actual a couple threads
>>          about this lately. i'm confident you  might want to rethink
>>          some of your own ideas after reading those. ;)
>>
>>          somebody also announced a mini- ide written in d the last days
>>          and might be looking for help. you can find it here:
>>          https://github.com/dnewbie/dpj
>>
>>
>
> A D IDE for only windows while D is use by Windows,Apple and Linux is a
> really a bad idea
>
> my 2 cents
>

That's not true.

For example, SharpDevelop started as a Windows-only C#, VisualStudio clone.
Someone took that codebase, ported it to linux and MonoDevelop was born. A Crossplatform C# (and now D) IDE.

That's how Open Source works. Someone starts a poject, not what others want or need, but rather what the starter of the project want to code on!

my 2 cents


June 21, 2012
On Wednesday, 20 June 2012 at 19:23:17 UTC, Jimmy Cao wrote:
> You may want to check out VisualD which is a visual studio addon IDE that

Yes, I am using it at this moment but it seems not all IDE
functions are working for me. and this is main reason why I want
to write fully-fledged IDE.
June 21, 2012
On Wednesday, 20 June 2012 at 21:14:59 UTC, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2012-06-20 22:11, bioinfornatics wrote:

> DDT, a plugin for Eclipse is an alternative.

Tried it, but because of little experience with Eclipse I didn't manage to install   it.
June 21, 2012
Am 21.06.2012 10:39, schrieb Alexander77:
> On Wednesday, 20 June 2012 at 19:23:17 UTC, Jimmy Cao wrote:
>> You may want to check out VisualD which is a visual studio
>> addon IDE that
>
> Yes, I am using it at this moment but it seems not all IDE
> functions are working for me. and this is main reason why I want
> to write fully-fledged IDE.

don't talk about it - just do it - and you will see how many months( or years) of hard work is needed to get even to the state were VisualD currently is

try even to come up with a list of needed features for a better IDE - the list will become very long

good luck


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