September 12, 2007Re: D on Visual Studio?
Posted in reply to Martin Fuchs
All of this is currently work in progress in Descent... Yes, you are right, a tool like what you describe is really needed for me too, and it doesn't exist yet... That's why we are making it. :-) Martin Fuchs escribió: >> Not to advertise or anything, but such an IDE does exist: >> http://www.dsource.org/projects/descent . >> In fact, I think some of the other IDEs (Code::Blocks or Poseidon, maybe?) >> have those features, too. > > OK, Descent is quite usefull to write code in Eclipse with its convenient > source code editor. But what's missing here is the integration with > Eclipse's build system: You have to use rebuild.exe of DSSS in an aditional > external build configuration in order to compile your source code. Launching > and debugging the executable is also nit quite forward: You have to setup > the launch configuration by hand, the default behavior is not correct. And > when using the debugger DDBG in Eclipse, the same problems as in > Code::Blocks apply: Evaluating expressions works only for some very basic > variable types. If you want to display global variables, you have to prefix > the variable name with the module name by hand. > > So currently it's all not quite ready to be used without problems. And in no > way comparable to using the VC++ IDE for C++ programs. > >
September 13, 2007Re: D on Visual Studio?
Posted in reply to Ary Manzana
Ary Manzana Wrote: > All of this is currently work in progress in Descent... Yes, you are > right, a tool like what you describe is really needed for me too, and it > doesn't exist yet... That's why we are making it. :-) Descent ui download link broken.