Thread overview
Add GDC among compilers of https://run.dlang.io/
Sep 17, 2023
BoQsc
Sep 17
BoQsc
Sep 17
BoQsc
Sep 17
BoQsc
September 17, 2023

Often you want to quickly test if something works consistently across compilers.
Please add GDC to the https://run.dlang.io/ to make embeddable proofs easier.

September 17

On 9/17/23 2:49 AM, BoQsc wrote:

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Often you want to quickly test if something works consistently across compilers.
Please add GDC to the https://run.dlang.io/ to make embeddable proofs easier.

Have you tried godbolt? I believe gdc is there.

I agree it should be available.

-Steve

September 17

On Sunday, 17 September 2023 at 12:12:27 UTC, Steven Schveighoffer wrote:

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On 9/17/23 2:49 AM, BoQsc wrote:

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Often you want to quickly test if something works consistently across compilers.
Please add GDC to the https://run.dlang.io/ to make embeddable proofs easier.

Have you tried godbolt? I believe gdc is there.

I agree it should be available.

-Steve

I tried, and couldn't figure out how to see the output of even the basic writeln.
Because of that I'm already in favor of continuing using https://run.dlang.io/

pic1

September 18
You have the output tab open, my guess is you didn't run it.

Under the compiler drop down box, output -> execute code.
September 17

I seem to have noticed an option to execute the code.
Now the output is visible and seem to work.

ing2

September 17

It seem to not work with dmd and ldc compilers properly.
dmd compiler does not execute at all.
ldc stop working after first successful and working output.