July 22, 2012
On Thursday, 19 July 2012 at 20:02:59 UTC, Henning Pohl wrote:
> On Monday, 25 June 2012 at 16:28:36 UTC, nazriel wrote:
>> I currently use Mono-D (MonoDevelop addin) and it works really, really good.
>> Probably I don't need anything else but...
>>
>> But idea about QtCreator + D is really awesome!
>> I find QtCreator to be one of the best IDEs I used for C++
>
> I've also used Qt Creator for a long time, it's a really great IDE with built-in CMake support and debugger. In addition it is very fast, maybe I can make myself writing a plugin if there are many ppl after it.

I would play with it for sure.

July 26, 2012
On Sunday, 22 July 2012 at 05:26:22 UTC, nazriel wrote:
> On Thursday, 19 July 2012 at 20:02:59 UTC, Henning Pohl wrote:
>> On Monday, 25 June 2012 at 16:28:36 UTC, nazriel wrote:
>>> I currently use Mono-D (MonoDevelop addin) and it works really, really good.
>>> Probably I don't need anything else but...
>>>
>>> But idea about QtCreator + D is really awesome!
>>> I find QtCreator to be one of the best IDEs I used for C++
>>
>> I've also used Qt Creator for a long time, it's a really great IDE with built-in CMake support and debugger. In addition it is very fast, maybe I can make myself writing a plugin if there are many ppl after it.
>
> I would play with it for sure.
I'd be interested as well...
August 06, 2012
It's easy. Once you have the Eclipse (3.7 is safe to use), you go Help/Install New Software, and in the first field you add a new update site: http://ddt.eclipselabs.org.codespot.com/git.updates/

Click the DDT project and OK.
Don't forget to specify the DMD/GDC executable package
(Window/Preferences/DDT/Compilers). On Windows, with DMD you have to give
the path:
 <path-to-dmd-installation>\dmd2\windows\bin\dmd.exe

And it is ready to work! (The compiler doesn't come in bundle so you need to have DMD installed on your box, which you most likely have already).

I would like to persuade you to have a closer look on the DDT project. It is cross-platform, and though Eclipse is slow because of Java, it has everything what a programmer needs. There's a big need for people improving the DDT project. VisualD is so far the most well equipped IDE, but it is also a sort of dead-end in cross-platform sense because the underlying IDE can not be ported to linux/mac.

QtCreator also a good choice (especially if I can get the QtD building on
Linux box :) ).
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On 21 June 2012 09:40, Alexander77 <duzhar@googlemail.com> wrote:

> On Wednesday, 20 June 2012 at 21:14:59 UTC, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
>
>> On 2012-06-20 22:11, bioinfornatics wrote:
>>
>
>  DDT, a plugin for Eclipse is an alternative.
>>
>
> Tried it, but because of little experience with Eclipse I didn't manage to install   it.
>


August 11, 2012
On Wednesday, 20 June 2012 at 16:06:22 UTC, Alexander77 wrote:
> Hi Guys
>
> I started learning D language and I am so happy that it is so
> powerful as C# or Java. But it seems there is no fully-fledged
> IDE for D language yet. And I would like to spend my time to
> write one, I was thinking about using Visual Studio or Qt Creator
> for it.
>
> I would like to ask if there is any need in writing IDE at this
> moment?
>
> P.S. I already have experience writing IDE in Visaul Studio (as
> example have a look at full-fledged)

I am developing the Mono-D addin for MonoDevelop. Thanks nazriel for mentioning Mono-D ;)!
The development is quite interesting but time intensive. Code completion for most syntax cases and many other things are there already - the plugin code is kept in C#, so if you're interested - come on join me developing a very promising project :)

http://mono-d.alexanderbothe.com
https://github.com/aBothe/Mono-d
https://github.com/aBothe/D_Parser

Oh and there's a very small IDE called D-IDE that I'm developing, too - it's based on SharpDevelop components and is extended more and more. It contains the same code completion capabilities as Mono-D does due to a shared Parser library base + couple of debugging features.

http://d-ide.sourceforge.net
https://github.com/aBothe/D-IDE
August 12, 2012
What about Sublime Text? That is a really awesome editor with the ability to write plug-in functionality.

CodeBlocks already supports D, I like that as its free in cost and open source.

I dont think QT Creator is a good idea because Nokia fired the entire QT staff and recently sold QT to a small statup company. So QT's future is still unsure.


August 13, 2012
On Saturday, 11 August 2012 at 00:39:17 UTC, alex wrote:
> I am developing the Mono-D addin for MonoDevelop. Thanks nazriel for mentioning Mono-D ;)!
> The development is quite interesting but time intensive. Code completion for most syntax cases and many other things are there already - the plugin code is kept in C#, so if you're interested - come on join me developing a very promising project :)
>
> http://mono-d.alexanderbothe.com
> https://github.com/aBothe/Mono-d
> https://github.com/aBothe/D_Parser
>
> Oh and there's a very small IDE called D-IDE that I'm developing, too - it's based on SharpDevelop components and is extended more and more. It contains the same code completion capabilities as Mono-D does due to a shared Parser library base + couple of debugging features.
>
> http://d-ide.sourceforge.net
> https://github.com/aBothe/D-IDE

The problem is that the IDE I need has to support both D and CMake. QtCreator has good CMake support and debugging facilities and some basic syntax highlighting. So I'm thinking of creating a plugin for some more editing features.

MonoDevelop doesn't support CMake, does it? I would switch to it when it would.
August 13, 2012
On Monday, 13 August 2012 at 07:18:07 UTC, Henning Pohl wrote:
> On Saturday, 11 August 2012 at 00:39:17 UTC, alex wrote:
>> I am developing the Mono-D addin for MonoDevelop. Thanks nazriel for mentioning Mono-D ;)!
>> The development is quite interesting but time intensive. Code completion for most syntax cases and many other things are there already - the plugin code is kept in C#, so if you're interested - come on join me developing a very promising project :)
>>
>> http://mono-d.alexanderbothe.com
>> https://github.com/aBothe/Mono-d
>> https://github.com/aBothe/D_Parser
>>
>> Oh and there's a very small IDE called D-IDE that I'm developing, too - it's based on SharpDevelop components and is extended more and more. It contains the same code completion capabilities as Mono-D does due to a shared Parser library base + couple of debugging features.
>>
>> http://d-ide.sourceforge.net
>> https://github.com/aBothe/D-IDE
>
> The problem is that the IDE I need has to support both D and CMake. QtCreator has good CMake support and debugging facilities and some basic syntax highlighting. So I'm thinking of creating a plugin for some more editing features.
>
> MonoDevelop doesn't support CMake, does it? I would switch to it when it would.

CMake? So the classical makefile support? No, but I guess that it was no problem to implement this feature. Besides, why should it support this whereas Mono-D itself delivers a relatively stable build system already?
August 13, 2012
On Monday, 13 August 2012 at 10:35:38 UTC, alex wrote:
> On Monday, 13 August 2012 at 07:18:07 UTC, Henning Pohl wrote:
>> On Saturday, 11 August 2012 at 00:39:17 UTC, alex wrote:
>>> I am developing the Mono-D addin for MonoDevelop. Thanks nazriel for mentioning Mono-D ;)!
>>> The development is quite interesting but time intensive. Code completion for most syntax cases and many other things are there already - the plugin code is kept in C#, so if you're interested - come on join me developing a very promising project :)
>>>
>>> http://mono-d.alexanderbothe.com
>>> https://github.com/aBothe/Mono-d
>>> https://github.com/aBothe/D_Parser
>>>
>>> Oh and there's a very small IDE called D-IDE that I'm developing, too - it's based on SharpDevelop components and is extended more and more. It contains the same code completion capabilities as Mono-D does due to a shared Parser library base + couple of debugging features.
>>>
>>> http://d-ide.sourceforge.net
>>> https://github.com/aBothe/D-IDE
>>
>> The problem is that the IDE I need has to support both D and CMake. QtCreator has good CMake support and debugging facilities and some basic syntax highlighting. So I'm thinking of creating a plugin for some more editing features.
>>
>> MonoDevelop doesn't support CMake, does it? I would switch to it when it would.
>
> CMake? So the classical makefile support? No, but I guess that it was no problem to implement this feature. Besides, why should it support this whereas Mono-D itself delivers a relatively stable build system already?

I believe in CMake as the only cross-platform build system that supports easy use of external libraries. There are many scripts out there to find specific libraries to automatically include and link them.

Many well-known applications and libraries use CMake: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CMake#Notable_applications

I would really appreciate if any D plugin for any IDE would support CMake. And QtCreator already supports CMake so it is my IDE of choice right now.
August 16, 2012
Please, look at http://www.dsource.org/projects/poseidon/

maybe you would interesting in continue of developing this IDE...
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