July 12, 2012
Hello everyone,

I'm pleased to announce Alex has passed his GSoC 2012 midterm evaluation for his Mono-D project.

Alex has done a great deal of fantastic work lately and recently met a major milestone with the completion of Template Parameter Deduction. Although he is currently focusing on his upcoming final exams for school (they have a different academic schedule in Germany than in the US) he has showed an impressive level of dedication and continues to work on Mono-D in his free time between exam preparation sessions. Once he finishes his exams on the 17th he expects to work on Mono-D full time and make significant headway on Expression Evaluation in preparation for Mixin Evaluation.

You can follow his progress on his website here:
http://mono-d.alexanderbothe.com/
Or on Github here:
https://github.com/aBothe/Mono-D

Please join me in congratulating Alex on passing his evals and for the excellent work he has been doing!

-- 
Adam Wilson
IRC: LightBender
Project Coordinator
The Horizon Project
http://www.thehorizonproject.org/
July 12, 2012
On 7/12/2012 11:48 AM, Adam Wilson wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> I'm pleased to announce Alex has passed his GSoC 2012 midterm evaluation for his
> Mono-D project.

Congrats, Alex!
July 12, 2012
On Thursday, 12 July 2012 at 18:48:28 UTC, Adam Wilson wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> I'm pleased to announce Alex has passed his GSoC 2012 midterm evaluation for his Mono-D project.
>
> Alex has done a great deal of fantastic work lately and recently met a major milestone with the completion of Template Parameter Deduction. Although he is currently focusing on his upcoming final exams for school (they have a different academic schedule in Germany than in the US) he has showed an impressive level of dedication and continues to work on Mono-D in his free time between exam preparation sessions. Once he finishes his exams on the 17th he expects to work on Mono-D full time and make significant headway on Expression Evaluation in preparation for Mixin Evaluation.
>
> You can follow his progress on his website here:
> http://mono-d.alexanderbothe.com/
> Or on Github here:
> https://github.com/aBothe/Mono-D
>
> Please join me in congratulating Alex on passing his evals and for the excellent work he has been doing!

Gratz Alex!

Mono-D rox... thanks to you ;D

July 12, 2012
First off, thanks for letting be pass the mid-terms! Also big ups to everyone who supported me and my project by diligently filing issue reports and giving me comments on the project blog! :)

I'm currently finishing the pre-compile time expression evaluation and later on, I'll bind it to the actual completion process.
That Template Parameter Deduction part is a small part of it - it's e.g. used in is()-Expressions and when handling variables that are declared with template parameters - I mean, for a better completion, it's rather preferable that a T myVariable is 'filled' with a concrete type than a generic type only.

Ambiguous method overloads will be filtered out once I finished the evaluation, like it'll 'know' e.g. that I want to call the second overload of stdio.writeln if I type writeln("Hello World"); -- And imho, that's slightly great! ;)

The expression evaluator will be extended by CTFE (step by step of course) later on. It's of course a very critical and uber-large piece of software that I want to handle there - but I'm optimistic, at least in terms of getting a quick'n'dirty approach and finally realizing that entire thing 100%ly.

Nevertheless everything will be awesome later on! ;D
July 15, 2012
On Thursday, 12 July 2012 at 18:48:28 UTC, Adam Wilson wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> I'm pleased to announce Alex has passed his GSoC 2012 midterm evaluation for his Mono-D project.
>
> Alex has done a great deal of fantastic work lately and recently met a major milestone with the completion of Template Parameter Deduction. Although he is currently focusing on his upcoming final exams for school (they have a different academic schedule in Germany than in the US) he has showed an impressive level of dedication and continues to work on Mono-D in his free time between exam preparation sessions. Once he finishes his exams on the 17th he expects to work on Mono-D full time and make significant headway on Expression Evaluation in preparation for Mixin Evaluation.
>
> You can follow his progress on his website here:
> http://mono-d.alexanderbothe.com/
> Or on Github here:
> https://github.com/aBothe/Mono-D
>
> Please join me in congratulating Alex on passing his evals and for the excellent work he has been doing!

Mono-D is the best IDE for D that works on both Linux and Windows. End of story. Thanks for Alex for all this!
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