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November 17, 2010
DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
I'm announcing the release of DDT (D Development Tools) version 0.4.0:

http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/

(There was previously an older inactive project also called DDT, it has 
been renamed to EclipseD, with the authors permission.)

The DDT project is a direct continuation of the Mmrnmhrm project. It has 
been renamed to reflect a more serious and unified approach to the 
Eclipse IDE project development. (although ocasional odd references 
might still be present in less conspicuous places ^_^ )

It has been 2 years since the last significant release, and this version 
has a lot of rough edges: Some newer D2 syntaxes are not yet supported 
(http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/issues/detail?id=6), and 
otherwise there are likely to be several parser bugs in the IDE (... you 
will be baked...). But it should provide for a minimally useful IDE, at 
least for simpler D projects.

See http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/Features for a 
rough idea of what to expect.
See also: http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/GeneralFAQ

Changelog:

== DDT 0.4.0 (2010-11-17) ==
 * Renamed project to DDT
 * Updated IDE to latest DLTK version (2.0).
 * Fixed comment indentation character (was '#' instead of '//') on 
toggle comment actions
 * Fixed defaults bug in DeeRootPreferencePage and DeeEditorPreferencePage.
 * Added DEEBUILDER.COMPILEREXEPATH variable to builder, changed 
builder response file defaults. [No longer uses rebuild as the default]
 * Fixed parser to be able to parse expressions as the argument of typeid.
 * Added a parser workaround to allow parsing D source with annotations.
 * Fixed several parser bugs.
 * Removed Content Assist Templates preference page.


-- 
Bruno Medeiros - Software Engineer
November 17, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
Looking pretty good so far!
November 18, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
Bruno Medeiros дµ½:

> I'm announcing the release of DDT (D Development Tools) version 0.4.0:
> 
> http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/
> 
> (There was previously an older inactive project also called DDT, it has 
> been renamed to EclipseD, with the authors permission.)
> 
> The DDT project is a direct continuation of the Mmrnmhrm project. It has 
> been renamed to reflect a more serious and unified approach to the 
> Eclipse IDE project development. (although ocasional odd references 
> might still be present in less conspicuous places ^_^ )
> 
> It has been 2 years since the last significant release, and this version 
> has a lot of rough edges: Some newer D2 syntaxes are not yet supported 
> (http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/issues/detail?id=6), and 
> otherwise there are likely to be several parser bugs in the IDE (... you 
> will be baked...). But it should provide for a minimally useful IDE, at 
> least for simpler D projects.
> 
> See http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/Features for a 
> rough idea of what to expect.
> See also: http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/GeneralFAQ
> 
> Changelog:
> 
> == DDT 0.4.0 (2010-11-17) ==
>   * Renamed project to DDT
>   * Updated IDE to latest DLTK version (2.0).
>   * Fixed comment indentation character (was '#' instead of '//') on 
> toggle comment actions
>   * Fixed defaults bug in DeeRootPreferencePage and DeeEditorPreferencePage.
>   * Added DEEBUILDER.COMPILEREXEPATH variable to builder, changed 
> builder response file defaults. [No longer uses rebuild as the default]
>   * Fixed parser to be able to parse expressions as the argument of typeid.
>   * Added a parser workaround to allow parsing D source with annotations.
>   * Fixed several parser bugs.
>   * Removed Content Assist Templates preference page.
> 
> 
> -- 
> Bruno Medeiros - Software Engineer

Is very much far away from the utility,  would rather reform and support the descent than re- develop the ddt
November 19, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
On 11/17/2010 1:52 PM, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
> I'm announcing the release of DDT (D Development Tools) version 0.4.0:
>
> http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/
>
> (There was previously an older inactive project also called DDT, it has
> been renamed to EclipseD, with the authors permission.)
>
> The DDT project is a direct continuation of the Mmrnmhrm project. It has
> been renamed to reflect a more serious and unified approach to the
> Eclipse IDE project development. (although ocasional odd references
> might still be present in less conspicuous places ^_^ )
>
> It has been 2 years since the last significant release, and this version
> has a lot of rough edges: Some newer D2 syntaxes are not yet supported
> (http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/issues/detail?id=6), and
> otherwise there are likely to be several parser bugs in the IDE (... you
> will be baked...). But it should provide for a minimally useful IDE, at
> least for simpler D projects.
>
> See http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/Features for a
> rough idea of what to expect.
> See also: http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/GeneralFAQ
>
> Changelog:
>
> == DDT 0.4.0 (2010-11-17) ==
> * Renamed project to DDT
> * Updated IDE to latest DLTK version (2.0).
> * Fixed comment indentation character (was '#' instead of '//') on
> toggle comment actions
> * Fixed defaults bug in DeeRootPreferencePage and DeeEditorPreferencePage.
> * Added DEEBUILDER.COMPILEREXEPATH variable to builder, changed builder
> response file defaults. [No longer uses rebuild as the default]
> * Fixed parser to be able to parse expressions as the argument of typeid.
> * Added a parser workaround to allow parsing D source with annotations.
> * Fixed several parser bugs.
> * Removed Content Assist Templates preference page.
>
>

I hope you're not discouraged by the lack of feedback.  I'm hoping to 
switch to this project from Descent once it matures a little bit.
November 20, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
On 11/18/2010 03:52 AM, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
> I'm announcing the release of DDT (D Development Tools) version 0.4.0:
>
> http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/
>
> (There was previously an older inactive project also called DDT, it has
> been renamed to EclipseD, with the authors permission.)
>
> The DDT project is a direct continuation of the Mmrnmhrm project. It has
> been renamed to reflect a more serious and unified approach to the
> Eclipse IDE project development. (although ocasional odd references
> might still be present in less conspicuous places ^_^ )
>
> It has been 2 years since the last significant release, and this version
> has a lot of rough edges: Some newer D2 syntaxes are not yet supported
> (http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/issues/detail?id=6), and
> otherwise there are likely to be several parser bugs in the IDE (... you
> will be baked...). But it should provide for a minimally useful IDE, at
> least for simpler D projects.
>
> See http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/Features for a
> rough idea of what to expect.
> See also: http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/GeneralFAQ
>
> Changelog:
>
> == DDT 0.4.0 (2010-11-17) ==
> * Renamed project to DDT
> * Updated IDE to latest DLTK version (2.0).
> * Fixed comment indentation character (was '#' instead of '//') on
> toggle comment actions
> * Fixed defaults bug in DeeRootPreferencePage and DeeEditorPreferencePage.
> * Added DEEBUILDER.COMPILEREXEPATH variable to builder, changed builder
> response file defaults. [No longer uses rebuild as the default]
> * Fixed parser to be able to parse expressions as the argument of typeid.
> * Added a parser workaround to allow parsing D source with annotations.
> * Fixed several parser bugs.
> * Removed Content Assist Templates preference page.
>
>

I successfully installed it and i am testing it. I was using Descent at 
a very basic level and so far DDT looks good.

Thanks for all the work!
November 20, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
by the way DDT for me is
	http://www.allinea.com/?page=48
i.e. a distributed debugger
On 20-nov-10, at 17:54, Jordi wrote:

> On 11/18/2010 03:52 AM, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
>> I'm announcing the release of DDT (D Development Tools) version  
>> 0.4.0:
>>
>> http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/
>>
>> (There was previously an older inactive project also called DDT, it  
>> has
>> been renamed to EclipseD, with the authors permission.)
>>
>> The DDT project is a direct continuation of the Mmrnmhrm project.  
>> It has
>> been renamed to reflect a more serious and unified approach to the
>> Eclipse IDE project development. (although ocasional odd references
>> might still be present in less conspicuous places ^_^ )
>>
>> It has been 2 years since the last significant release, and this  
>> version
>> has a lot of rough edges: Some newer D2 syntaxes are not yet  
>> supported
>> (http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/issues/detail? 
>> id=6), and
>> otherwise there are likely to be several parser bugs in the IDE  
>> (... you
>> will be baked...). But it should provide for a minimally useful  
>> IDE, at
>> least for simpler D projects.
>>
>> See http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/Features  
>> for a
>> rough idea of what to expect.
>> See also: http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/GeneralFAQ
>>
>> Changelog:
>>
>> == DDT 0.4.0 (2010-11-17) ==
>> * Renamed project to DDT
>> * Updated IDE to latest DLTK version (2.0).
>> * Fixed comment indentation character (was '#' instead of '//') on
>> toggle comment actions
>> * Fixed defaults bug in DeeRootPreferencePage and  
>> DeeEditorPreferencePage.
>> * Added DEEBUILDER.COMPILEREXEPATH variable to builder, changed  
>> builder
>> response file defaults. [No longer uses rebuild as the default]
>> * Fixed parser to be able to parse expressions as the argument of  
>> typeid.
>> * Added a parser workaround to allow parsing D source with  
>> annotations.
>> * Fixed several parser bugs.
>> * Removed Content Assist Templates preference page.
>>
>>
>
> I successfully installed it and i am testing it. I was using Descent  
> at a very basic level and so far DDT looks good.
>
> Thanks for all the work!
>
>
November 20, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
Very nice!
Although I would really like Issue #17 to be fixed.
So that you can write ANSI style code.

On Sat, Nov 20, 2010 at 11:43 AM, Fawzi Mohamed <fawzi@gmx.ch> wrote:

> by the way DDT for me is
>        http://www.allinea.com/?page=48
> i.e. a distributed debugger
>
> On 20-nov-10, at 17:54, Jordi wrote:
>
>  On 11/18/2010 03:52 AM, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
>>
>>> I'm announcing the release of DDT (D Development Tools) version 0.4.0:
>>>
>>> http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/
>>>
>>> (There was previously an older inactive project also called DDT, it has
>>> been renamed to EclipseD, with the authors permission.)
>>>
>>> The DDT project is a direct continuation of the Mmrnmhrm project. It has
>>> been renamed to reflect a more serious and unified approach to the
>>> Eclipse IDE project development. (although ocasional odd references
>>> might still be present in less conspicuous places ^_^ )
>>>
>>> It has been 2 years since the last significant release, and this version
>>> has a lot of rough edges: Some newer D2 syntaxes are not yet supported
>>> (http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/issues/detail?id=6), and
>>> otherwise there are likely to be several parser bugs in the IDE (... you
>>> will be baked...). But it should provide for a minimally useful IDE, at
>>> least for simpler D projects.
>>>
>>> See http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/Features for a
>>> rough idea of what to expect.
>>> See also: http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/wiki/GeneralFAQ
>>>
>>> Changelog:
>>>
>>> == DDT 0.4.0 (2010-11-17) ==
>>> * Renamed project to DDT
>>> * Updated IDE to latest DLTK version (2.0).
>>> * Fixed comment indentation character (was '#' instead of '//') on
>>> toggle comment actions
>>> * Fixed defaults bug in DeeRootPreferencePage and
>>> DeeEditorPreferencePage.
>>> * Added DEEBUILDER.COMPILEREXEPATH variable to builder, changed builder
>>> response file defaults. [No longer uses rebuild as the default]
>>> * Fixed parser to be able to parse expressions as the argument of typeid.
>>> * Added a parser workaround to allow parsing D source with annotations.
>>> * Fixed several parser bugs.
>>> * Removed Content Assist Templates preference page.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> I successfully installed it and i am testing it. I was using Descent at a
>> very basic level and so far DDT looks good.
>>
>> Thanks for all the work!
>>
>>
>>
>
November 21, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
Thank you so much for your work. It's really awesome to see advancement 
for the D eclipse plugins.
November 22, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
Looking forward to giving this a shot.  Thanks so much for your
contribution!

In regards to cross-platform development tools, has anyone
attempted D support for Emacs CEDET?  Would this effort be
worthwhile - i.e. is CEDET a popular platform?  Now that GDB has D
language support, I could see this being a powerful solution...
November 24, 2010
Re: DDT 0.4.0 released (formerly "Mmrnmhrm")
On 17/11/2010 18:52, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
> I'm announcing the release of DDT (D Development Tools) version 0.4.0:
>
> http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/ddt/
>
>

Thanks to the people who tried it out, I really hope to progress this 
IDE much further, but it's gonna take time (as one would expect).

At the moment I'm not in "full-speed" development mode yet: in terms of 
D stuff I have several tasks not related to DDT that I plan to do in the 
meanwhile, like reading up my backlog of NG messages (hopefully 
resisting the temptation to post too much), start reading TDPL, 
familiarize myself with D2 more, write some actual D2 code (other than 
just snippets), try other toolchain tools.

Also, I'll likely soon work on some DDT tasks like continuous 
integration (automated build and then automated testing), which are 
actually low priority/importance for DDT, but are part of some Eclipse 
Platform experimenting and learning that I need do for similar stuff 
related to my job.

After that there will hopefully be more time available to spend on DDT.

-- 
Bruno Medeiros - Software Engineer
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