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October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
No.
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
No, and I am not sure if I ever will.

--anders
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
Bruce Adams wrote:
> Bill Baxter Wrote:
> 
>> Just curious how many folks are actually using D2.x already. Reply
>> here, or if you'd like to keep the noise on the NG down, just 
>> respond with this no-reg-required poll:
>> 
>> http://www.billbaxter.com/tmp/d2poll.html
>> 
>> --bb
> 
> I'm using 2.0. I started with it because there didn't seem any point
> using the older version. I get some new features I want to play with.
>  I have had no worries about it being a moving target. It doesn't
> move that fast. I've never tried Tango because Phobos is the standard
> library so naturally I started with that. However, I have yet to cut
> my teeth on a really big public facing project.

I'm with Bruce for all the same reasons :)

Regan
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
Bill Baxter Wrote:

> Just curious how many folks are actually using D2.x already.
> Reply here, or if you'd like to keep the noise on the NG down, just 
> respond with this no-reg-required poll:
> 
>     http://www.billbaxter.com/tmp/d2poll.html
> 
> --bb
using only 2.0 - but wished someone would port more parts of tango as an ADDON to phobos.
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
Bill Baxter Wrote:

> Just curious how many folks are actually using D2.x already.
> Reply here, or if you'd like to keep the noise on the NG down, just 
> respond with this no-reg-required poll:
> 
>     http://www.billbaxter.com/tmp/d2poll.html
> 
> --bb

No.

Part of it could be that I'm using Tango and it doesn't support 2.x.  The bigger part is that I don't know how much work it'll be to port to 2.x alpha and the later 2.x when const is fixed.  It's a shame the discussions about why that is and how to fix it died on this NG.  It'd be nice to see a plan ahead for const in 2.x (that'd help soothe my issues)
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
Bill Baxter wrote:

Nope. I wish there was no D 2.0.
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
Bill Baxter escribió:
> Just curious how many folks are actually using D2.x already.
> Reply here, or if you'd like to keep the noise on the NG down, just 
> respond with this no-reg-required poll:
> 
>    http://www.billbaxter.com/tmp/d2poll.html
> 
> --bb

As a Tango user, no. It's also not very appealing to know that D2 is so 
const-dependent and that at some point the entire const system is going to change.

-- 
Carlos Santander Bernal
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
On Wed, Oct 17, 2007 at 05:41:21AM +0900, Bill Baxter wrote:
> Just curious how many folks are actually using D2.x already.

Yes, I am, for most my newer (small) projects. It is const and invariant that
pulled me in. While it can be a little annoying at times, I think it is
making for better code in the end.

My older projects still use D 1.0, just because I don't want to port
all that code or the libraries I wrote that they depend on over to 2.0.


> --bb

-- 
Adam D. Ruppe
http://arsdnet.net
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
Bill Baxter wrote:
> Just curious how many folks are actually using D2.x already.
> Reply here, or if you'd like to keep the noise on the NG down, just 
> respond with this no-reg-required poll:
> 
>    http://www.billbaxter.com/tmp/d2poll.html
> 
> --bb

No. Still having too much fun with 1.0, and got enough to keep me busy without 
thinking about the const debate. The appealing features in D2.0 are
__traits(allMembers) and now overload sets.
October 17, 2007
Re: Poll: are you using D2.0?
In Descent we are mainly focusing on doing the semantic analysis for 
D1.x, since D2.x is a constantly moving target.

Bill Baxter wrote:
> Just curious how many folks are actually using D2.x already.
> Reply here, or if you'd like to keep the noise on the NG down, just 
> respond with this no-reg-required poll:
> 
>    http://www.billbaxter.com/tmp/d2poll.html
> 
> --bb
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