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June 15, 2010
VisualD IDE for Windows Visual Studio
The IDE question has appeared multiple times.
If using Windows, my recommendation is VisualD for MS Visual Studio.
I've had difficulties with SlickEdit, D-IDE, and Eclipse plug ins.
VisualD:
 * All the features of typical C++ development and debugging.
 * Good editor
 * D 2.0 support
 * Single step debugging.
 * Breakpoints etc.
 * Examine variables while single stepping.
 * Pausing over variables reveals their value.
 * The only thing negative I've noticed is that the
   symbolic names of enum variables are not printed out.

Larry
June 16, 2010
Re: VisualD IDE for Windows Visual Studio
yes, I really  liked it since I revealed it.
very good, simple and easy configurable ide

by the way you can mix project of different languages in solution!
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Ruslan Mullakhmetov

"Larry Luther" <larry.luther@dolby.com> 
> The IDE question has appeared multiple times.
> If using Windows, my recommendation is VisualD for MS Visual Studio.
> I've had difficulties with SlickEdit, D-IDE, and Eclipse plug ins.
> VisualD:
>  * All the features of typical C++ development and debugging.
>  * Good editor
>  * D 2.0 support
>  * Single step debugging.
>  * Breakpoints etc.
>  * Examine variables while single stepping.
>  * Pausing over variables reveals their value.
>  * The only thing negative I've noticed is that the
>    symbolic names of enum variables are not printed out.
> 
> Larry 
> 
>
June 17, 2010
Re: VisualD IDE for Windows Visual Studio
Larry Luther wrote:
> The IDE question has appeared multiple times.
> If using Windows, my recommendation is VisualD for MS Visual Studio.
> I've had difficulties with SlickEdit, D-IDE, and Eclipse plug ins.
> VisualD:
>   * All the features of typical C++ development and debugging.
>   * Good editor
>   * D 2.0 support
>   * Single step debugging.
>   * Breakpoints etc.
>   * Examine variables while single stepping.
>   * Pausing over variables reveals their value.

Thanks for promoting Visual D :-)

>   * The only thing negative I've noticed is that the
>     symbolic names of enum variables are not printed out.

I've been looking into it: even though the enum type is specified in the 
debug info, the variables type information is lost somewhere in the code 
generation stages of DMD. I'm trying to create a patch...

Rainer
June 22, 2010
Re: VisualD IDE for Windows Visual Studio
I hope that code completion get some improvement ;)
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