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D.gnu - D on GNU/Linux

reply Theodore Reed <rizen surreality.us> writes:
I've been told that it's possible to compile D programs on GNU/Linux
already, although without the GCC backend. I get pointed to opend.org,
but I don't know which files to get, and what to do with them once I 
get them.

Is there a short document describing the steps needed to work with D on
GNU/Linux?

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Mar 25 2003
parent "DDevil" <ddevil functionalfuture.com> writes:
DLI is probably what you want.  It's at opend.org on the left side
(dli-0.1.2).

It compiled on my Debian machine without doing anything special (just
"make").

I haven't used it very much though because it is missing some
functionality (or it was last I checked).

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On Tue, 25 Mar 2003 20:11:58 -0800, Theodore Reed wrote:
 I've been told that it's possible to compile D programs on GNU/Linux
 already, although without the GCC backend. I get pointed to opend.org,
 but I don't know which files to get, and what to do with them once I 
 get them.
 
 Is there a short document describing the steps needed to work with D on
 GNU/Linux?

Apr 01 2003