May 02, 2013
On Wednesday, 1 May 2013 at 19:43:58 UTC, Dejan Lekic wrote:
> D-ratiseur wrote:
>
>> Hello, you probably know the multi-pltaform IDE "Lazarus". It has
>> a great code editor component called SynEdit.
>> 
>> If an advanced D user writes a D parser/tokenizer in Object
>> Pascal and a SynEdit highlighter for D, then Lazarus could be
>> used to write an awesome IDE for D...
>> 
>> Currently I use Xamarin under windows and Geany under linux but I
>> think something better could be made in Laz...Neither Geany nor
>> MonoDevelop are "really" dedicated to D...(same remark about
>> code:block)...
>
> MonoDevelop + MonoD = the best what you can get, on both Linux and Windows.

On Windows there is also an awesome free alternative, I've just "discovered" a few days ago: Visual-D ! People will say that it's rather well known but you can install it for FREE with VisualStudio 2012 shell (integrated + isolated). VS is a rock-solid IDE and the Visual-D plugin is as good as mono-D. And you can debug btw...
November 12, 2013
On Thursday, 2 May 2013 at 14:41:50 UTC, D-Ratiseur wrote:
> On Wednesday, 1 May 2013 at 19:43:58 UTC, Dejan Lekic wrote:
>> D-ratiseur wrote:
>>
>>> Hello, you probably know the multi-pltaform IDE "Lazarus". It has
>>> a great code editor component called SynEdit.
>>> 
>>> If an advanced D user writes a D parser/tokenizer in Object
>>> Pascal and a SynEdit highlighter for D, then Lazarus could be
>>> used to write an awesome IDE for D...
>>> 
>>> Currently I use Xamarin under windows and Geany under linux but I
>>> think something better could be made in Laz...Neither Geany nor
>>> MonoDevelop are "really" dedicated to D...(same remark about
>>> code:block)...
>>
>> MonoDevelop + MonoD = the best what you can get, on both Linux and Windows.
>
> On Windows there is also an awesome free alternative, I've just "discovered" a few days ago: Visual-D ! People will say that it's rather well known but you can install it for FREE with VisualStudio 2012 shell (integrated + isolated). VS is a rock-solid IDE and the Visual-D plugin is as good as mono-D. And you can debug btw...

WorkInProgress...
https://github.com/BBasile/SynD2Syn
June 16, 2014
On Tuesday, 12 November 2013 at 16:39:21 UTC, Baz wrote:
> On Thursday, 2 May 2013 at 14:41:50 UTC, D-Ratiseur wrote:
>> On Wednesday, 1 May 2013 at 19:43:58 UTC, Dejan Lekic wrote:
>>> D-ratiseur wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello, you probably know the multi-pltaform IDE "Lazarus". It has
>>>> a great code editor component called SynEdit.
>>>> 
>>>> If an advanced D user writes a D parser/tokenizer in Object
>>>> Pascal and a SynEdit highlighter for D, then Lazarus could be
>>>> used to write an awesome IDE for D...
>>>> 
>>>> Currently I use Xamarin under windows and Geany under linux but I
>>>> think something better could be made in Laz...Neither Geany nor
>>>> MonoDevelop are "really" dedicated to D...(same remark about
>>>> code:block)...
>>>
>>> MonoDevelop + MonoD = the best what you can get, on both Linux and Windows.
>>
>> On Windows there is also an awesome free alternative, I've just "discovered" a few days ago: Visual-D ! People will say that it's rather well known but you can install it for FREE with VisualStudio 2012 shell (integrated + isolated). VS is a rock-solid IDE and the Visual-D plugin is as good as mono-D. And you can debug btw...
>
> WorkInProgress...
> https://github.com/BBasile/SynD2Syn

An IDE project has just started, I plan to release a consistent version in a few weeks:

https://github.com/BBasile/Coedit
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