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As discussed in the nightly forum (25 feb 2005), there are some issues to solve, all info can be posted here. Please if you post links to official or non official "D" sites, provide a recap of what's importatnt and you think should be done. We don't have the time to read all those "interesting" links.


I think it is a good idea to provide the link to the original thread:

The compiler option -L can pass a linker flag to the linker. It has to be passed like that: dmd somefile.d -L/CO when compiling.

Is it possible when the compiler option -g is selected, also that -L/CO is passed to the compiler?

Here is some output:

--- Quote ---E:\src>dmd main.d -L/CO

C:\dmd\bin\..\..\dm\bin\link.exe main,,,user32+kernel32/noi/CO;
OPTLINK (R) for Win32  Release 7.50B1
Copyright (C) Digital Mars 1989 - 2001  All Rights Reserved
--- End quote ---

Just a quick note that in addition to DigitalMars DMD (for use with DMC),
there is also a GDC (for use with GCC) with the usual gcc / g++ syntax:

"GNU D Compiler" [GDC / D Front End for GCC]

D language support!!!!


--- Quote from: Roumots on June 14, 2006, 08:50:00 am ---D language support!!!!

--- End quote ---


C::B supports D already. May be not fully (at least yet :)). Did you try to use D with C::B? If yes, you can may be describe what it lacks :).

Best wishes,


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