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June 15, 2008
What about a good IDE for D?
Hi,
i'm starting learning the D programming language. I think that a first starting point is a good programming tutorial (not yet available about D, but the net is full of info) and a good IDE.

I saw a lot of D IDE, some written in D itself, some as plugin for eclipse and for kdevelop or anjuta.

What about a good D ide? Does somebody know a good ide that works well on Linux Ubuntu? Thanks...
June 15, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
Vincenzo Ampolo wrote:

> Hi,
> i'm starting learning the D programming language. I think that a first
> starting point is a good programming tutorial (not yet available about D,
> but the net is full of info) and a good IDE.
> 
> I saw a lot of D IDE, some written in D itself, some as plugin for eclipse
> and for kdevelop or anjuta.
> 
> What about a good D ide? Does somebody know a good ide that works well on
> Linux Ubuntu? Thanks...

Like with any other language, it depends on what you want from an IDE. 

Descent (the eclipse plugin), is by far the most advanced IDE for D at the
moment and should work well on ubuntu. Code::blocks is nice too, D is
supported but I'm not sure how advanced it is for D programming. In the
category of lightweight editors, I find kate and scite work well for D. I
don't have any experience with Poseidon or Zeus. 

Can't give any one recommendation other that to at least try Descent,
because it has the most advanced D specific features.
June 15, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 16:38:25 +0400, Vincenzo Ampolo  
<vincenzo.ampolo@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> i'm starting learning the D programming language. I think that a first  
> starting point is a good programming tutorial (not yet available about  
> D, but the net is full of info) and a good IDE.
>
> I saw a lot of D IDE, some written in D itself, some as plugin for  
> eclipse and for kdevelop or anjuta.
>
> What about a good D ide? Does somebody know a good ide that works well  
> on Linux Ubuntu? Thanks...

vim?

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June 16, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
Lutger Wrote:

> I don't have any experience with Poseidon or Zeus. 

In this instance Zeus will be of no use since it is only 
available for the Windows platform.

Jussi Jumppanen
Author: Zeus for Windows IDE
June 16, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
Jussi Jumppanen wrote:
> Lutger Wrote:
> 
>> I don't have any experience with Poseidon or Zeus. 
> 
> In this instance Zeus will be of no use since it is only 
> available for the Windows platform.
> 
> Jussi Jumppanen
> Author: Zeus for Windows IDE

Poseidon, too, AFAICT
June 16, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
Leonid Krashenko wrote:

> On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 16:38:25 +0400, Vincenzo Ampolo
> <vincenzo.ampolo@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>> i'm starting learning the D programming language. I think that a first
>> starting point is a good programming tutorial (not yet available about
>> D, but the net is full of info) and a good IDE.
>>
>> I saw a lot of D IDE, some written in D itself, some as plugin for
>> eclipse and for kdevelop or anjuta.
>>
>> What about a good D ide? Does somebody know a good ide that works well
>> on Linux Ubuntu? Thanks...
> 
> vim?
> 

emacs has d-mode
June 16, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
Robert Fraser wrote:

> Jussi Jumppanen wrote:
>> Lutger Wrote:
>> 
>>> I don't have any experience with Poseidon or Zeus.
>> 
>> In this instance Zeus will be of no use since it is only
>> available for the Windows platform.
>> 
>> Jussi Jumppanen
>> Author: Zeus for Windows IDE
> 
> Poseidon, too, AFAICT

It's not really true... Yep, it's an .exe, but with wine it worked. :) there are problems loading the icons, but the IDE works...
June 17, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 21:35:44 +0400, Leonid Krashenko wrote:

> On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 16:38:25 +0400, Vincenzo Ampolo
> <vincenzo.ampolo@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>> i'm starting learning the D programming language. I think that a first
>> starting point is a good programming tutorial (not yet available about
>> D, but the net is full of info) and a good IDE.
>>
>> I saw a lot of D IDE, some written in D itself, some as plugin for
>> eclipse and for kdevelop or anjuta.
>>
>> What about a good D ide? Does somebody know a good ide that works well
>> on Linux Ubuntu? Thanks...
> 
> vim?

You know for some strange reason people tend to laugh at this suggestion. 
Yet I continue to advocate its greatness.
August 19, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
En/na Vincenzo Ampolo ha escrit:
> Hi,
> i'm starting learning the D programming language. I think that a first starting point is a good programming tutorial (not yet available about D, but the net is full of info) and a good IDE.
> 
> I saw a lot of D IDE, some written in D itself, some as plugin for eclipse and for kdevelop or anjuta.
> 
> What about a good D ide? Does somebody know a good ide that works well on Linux Ubuntu? Thanks...

Hello,

I don't know if it is a *good* IDE but I use "Geany" in my Ubuntu 8.04, and it is enough for a beginner like me.
December 06, 2008
Re: What about a good IDE for D?
Vincenzo Ampolo schrieb:
> Hi,
> i'm starting learning the D programming language. I think that a first starting point is a good programming tutorial (not yet available about D, but the net is full of info) and a good IDE.
> 
> I saw a lot of D IDE, some written in D itself, some as plugin for eclipse and for kdevelop or anjuta.
> 
> What about a good D ide? Does somebody know a good ide that works well on Linux Ubuntu? Thanks...

IDE at the beginning?
You must be joking :D - sorry but I believe it's not usefull to use an 
IDE to learn a language. I am using only a small texteditor (the one 
from window (notepad)) and the commandline compiler.
And it works well. There is no problem. ;)

All over you are able to concentrate on learning.
There are no buttons and this and this.
All in all there are a lot of teachers/profs who say:
"If you want to learn a programming language use only a texteditor".
...


Good luck.

Greetings
Fabian Claßen
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