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reply Clay <Clay_member pathlink.com> writes:
From the opend.org website (I am assuming that this group is related to the
opend.org website), it is difficult to tell what "d-front-end" and dli are.
Could you put a description next to each one (including dig and toy).

Suggestions:
d-front-end: When combined with gcc, d-front-end compiles D source code
dli: <no idea>
dig: A set of GUI widgets written for D programs
toy2: <no idea>

Also, it seems odd that there is a c++ toy2 code on the website.  Shouldn't it
be in D?  Maybe an explaintion of why would help (ie. we plan to convert this to
D).

Thanks!

-Clay
Dec 21 2003
parent J C Calvarese <jcc7 cox.net> writes:
Clay wrote:
 From the opend.org website (I am assuming that this group is related to the
 opend.org website), it is difficult to tell what "d-front-end" and dli are.
 Could you put a description next to each one (including dig and toy).

I don't have access to opend.org, so I can't change anything on it, but since you asked I can tell you that it's geared towards two unfinished projects. 1. A project to create a D front-end for GCC written either in C or C++. 2. dig - a GUI library for Windows The discussion for the front-end mostly occurs on another newsgroup: D.gnu on news.digitalmars.com.
 
 Suggestions:
 d-front-end: When combined with gcc, d-front-end compiles D source code

D.gnu/165
 dli: <no idea>

been updated in a while.
 dig: A set of GUI widgets written for D programs

of D. There is an unofficial package available updated for DMD 0.76: http://jcc_7.tripod.com/d/dig.html (my page) http://earth.prohosting.com/carlos3/dig.htm (Carlos Santander's page)
 toy2: <no idea>

D.gnu/125
 
 Also, it seems odd that there is a c++ toy2 code on the website.  Shouldn't it
 be in D?  Maybe an explaintion of why would help (ie. we plan to convert this
to
 D).
 
 Thanks!
 
 -Clay

-- Justin http://jcc_7.tripod.com/d/
Dec 21 2003