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German D tutorial: HTML5 Anwendung mit GTK3 schreiben
February 13
Hi,

Dieses Tutorial zeigt, wie GTK3 zum Erstellen von HTML5 Anwendungen verwendet werden kann.

http://d-land.sepany.de/tutorials/gui/html5-anwendungen-mit-gtk3-schreiben

Viele Grüße
Andre
February 14
On Thursday, 13 February 2020 at 22:48:32 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Dieses Tutorial zeigt, wie GTK3 zum Erstellen von HTML5 Anwendungen verwendet werden kann.
>
> http://d-land.sepany.de/tutorials/gui/html5-anwendungen-mit-gtk3-schreiben
>
> Viele Grüße
> Andre

Cool.
February 14
On Thursday, 13 February 2020 at 22:48:32 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Dieses Tutorial zeigt, wie GTK3 zum Erstellen von HTML5 Anwendungen verwendet werden kann.
>
> http://d-land.sepany.de/tutorials/gui/html5-anwendungen-mit-gtk3-schreiben
>
> Viele Grüße
> Andre

Hi Andre,

I quickly skimmed through your article and I noticed that you're making a copy of the D-style `string[] args`, so you can guarantee that you have null terminated C-style `const char** argv`. You can avoid this by directly accessing the original args that were passed to the C main:

void main()
{
    import core.stdc.stdio : printf;
    import core.runtime : Runtime;
    const args = Runtime.cArgs;
    foreach (i; 0 .. args.argc)
        printf("%s\n", args.argv[i]);
}
February 14
On Friday, 14 February 2020 at 08:44:11 UTC, Petar Kirov [ZombineDev] wrote:
> On Thursday, 13 February 2020 at 22:48:32 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Dieses Tutorial zeigt, wie GTK3 zum Erstellen von HTML5 Anwendungen verwendet werden kann.
>>
>> http://d-land.sepany.de/tutorials/gui/html5-anwendungen-mit-gtk3-schreiben
>>
>> Viele Grüße
>> Andre
>
> Hi Andre,
>
> I quickly skimmed through your article and I noticed that you're making a copy of the D-style `string[] args`, so you can guarantee that you have null terminated C-style `const char** argv`. You can avoid this by directly accessing the original args that were passed to the C main:
>
> void main()
> {
>     import core.stdc.stdio : printf;
>     import core.runtime : Runtime;
>     const args = Runtime.cArgs;
>     foreach (i; 0 .. args.argc)
>         printf("%s\n", args.argv[i]);
> }

P.S. pretty interesting combination of GtkD, Broadway and Docker :)
February 14
On Friday, 14 February 2020 at 08:44:11 UTC, Petar Kirov [ZombineDev] wrote:
> On Thursday, 13 February 2020 at 22:48:32 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Dieses Tutorial zeigt, wie GTK3 zum Erstellen von HTML5 Anwendungen verwendet werden kann.
>>
>> http://d-land.sepany.de/tutorials/gui/html5-anwendungen-mit-gtk3-schreiben
>>
>> Viele Grüße
>> Andre
>
> Hi Andre,
>
> I quickly skimmed through your article and I noticed that you're making a copy of the D-style `string[] args`, so you can guarantee that you have null terminated C-style `const char** argv`. You can avoid this by directly accessing the original args that were passed to the C main:
>
> void main()
> {
>     import core.stdc.stdio : printf;
>     import core.runtime : Runtime;
>     const args = Runtime.cArgs;
>     foreach (i; 0 .. args.argc)
>         printf("%s\n", args.argv[i]);
> }

Thanks a lot. I was searching for such thing while writing the article but was not able to find it in the api documents.
I will change it.

Kind regards
Andre
February 14
is this part of what you're doing with cgi.d this week?!
February 14
On Friday, 14 February 2020 at 12:53:29 UTC, Adam D. Ruppe wrote:
> is this part of what you're doing with cgi.d this week?!

In this tutorial there is no http server component in the D code but it is provided  by Gtk3 itself (executable broadwayd).

There is already another tutorial using cgi.d (native aws elastic beanstalk apps) and hopefully if I find time, I will write a separate Websocket tutorial using cgi.d and vibe.d as comparison.

Kind regards
Andre