August 18
For C++ you could click on the field and select <edit>

And by macros I mean the following

DMDINSTALLDIR: DMD Install path
WINDOWSSDKDIR: Windows SDK Directory
DEVENVDIR: Directory of Visual Studio executable devenv.exe
VSINSTALLDIR: Root directory of Visual Studio installation
VISUALDINSTALLDIR: Installation folder of Visual D
PLATFORMNAME: always Win32
CONFIGURATIONNAME
OUTDIR: Ouptut path
INTDIR: Intermediate path
INPUTPATH/DIR/FILENAME/EXT/NAME: input file/project file components
PROJECTPATH/DIR/FILENAME/EXT/NAME: project file components
SOLUTIONPATH/DIR/FILENAME/EXT/NAME: solution file components
TARGETPATH/DIR/FILENAME/EXT/NAME: target file components
any variable from the system environment
August 19

On 18/08/2020 09:18, WhatMeWorry wrote:
> 
> For C++ you could click on the field and select <edit>

I don't think you can modify the macro values there.

> 
> And by macros I mean the following
> 
> DMDINSTALLDIR: DMD Install path
> WINDOWSSDKDIR: Windows SDK Directory
> DEVENVDIR: Directory of Visual Studio executable devenv.exe
> VSINSTALLDIR: Root directory of Visual Studio installation
> VISUALDINSTALLDIR: Installation folder of Visual D
> PLATFORMNAME: always Win32
> CONFIGURATIONNAME
> OUTDIR: Ouptut path
> INTDIR: Intermediate path
> INPUTPATH/DIR/FILENAME/EXT/NAME: input file/project file components
> PROJECTPATH/DIR/FILENAME/EXT/NAME: project file components
> SOLUTIONPATH/DIR/FILENAME/EXT/NAME: solution file components
> TARGETPATH/DIR/FILENAME/EXT/NAME: target file components
> any variable from the system environment

There is no dialog similar to C++ for the visuald projects, but with the integration with VC projects.

Visual D's list of variables is not so large as with C++, so it's less of a problem. But I agree, it is sometimes nice to see the exact spelling and value ("does this variable have a trail '\' ?").