July 20

I want to finally introduce a library I’ve been working on called djinnprint. It’s a small set of functions used to format data as text. What sets it apart from std.write is that it can be used in @nogc blocks and even with the -betterC compiler switch. Like std.write, the library can format struct data without asking the user to supply some form of stringify method. Unlike std.write, the format string determines the order in which each argument is is formatted in the resulting output (potentially useful for internationalization).

I started this project last year to evaluate the capabilities of the language and see if I’d like to continue using it for personal projects. It turns out that D hits all the right notes with me and so I’ve been happily using the language ever since.

I’m pretty happy with where the library is right now, though there’s still more work that needs to be done. I’ve been using this library rather extensively in my personal projects and (so far) it seems to work nicely, so I though now would be a good time to share it.

Anyway, thanks for reading!

July 20

On Tuesday, 20 July 2021 at 04:34:56 UTC, tspike wrote:

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I want to finally introduce a library I’ve been working on

Thank you for sharing.